So far I have only three quizzes:

List of quizzes edit

I am also working on preparation for learning the intervals. This is under construction, and will probably include intervalse from

Preparation edit

A good way to learn intervals is to listen to them in the context of real music. There are two ways to listen:

  1. You-tube videos are available by clicking the external links that are often shown as integers followed by the   sign.
  2. If you see a staff with musical notes click on bar with the triangle that looks like  

Minor and major seconds: m1 and M1 edit

I think I will introduce this as Do-Re-Mi-Fa

Minor and Major thirds edit

It is difficult to separate the major and minor thirds from the triad. The major triad is a minor third on top of a major third, and the minor triad is the major third on top of the minor third. Consider the Bach Prelude in C major:


m3 Minor third edit


The first two notes of the traditional song Greensleeves are a minor third, as shown in the figure to the right.

You can also listen to it on Youtube using one of these links:

1 2
M3 Major third edit

Kumbaya begins with a major third: 1 2 (Youtbe videos)


P4 Perfect fourth edit

Amazing Grace

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart)

TT Tritone edit


P5 Perfect fifth edit

m6 Minor sixth edit


Lacrimosa from Mozart's Requiem KV 626

Choir and orchestra: 1 2
Piano: 1 2

Go Down Moses is easier to sing:

Go down Moses

M6 Major sixth edit

Nocturne Op.9 No. 2 (Chopin)

m7 Minor seventh edit


Somewhere from Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story

The song (with orchestra): 1 2 3

Analysis and history of song: 1 (highly recommended)

M7 Major seventh edit


third movement beethoven's seventh

Links edit