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I'm a beginning Mountain Dulcimer player & this is my first visit to the site and I will continue since I seem to be learning music.
Sunday, March 16 2014 - 11:29 AM
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I really enjoy practicing through this web site. It is very helpful for all who wish to improve their musicianship level.
Saturday, March 15 2014 - 05:28 PM
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Excellent site! just what I needed.
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Dr. Vertrelle Mickens
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Excellent for my music students
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Excelent training site. Thank you.
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I love this site, it helped me a lot for my upcoming midterms next week! Took me a while to learn them, but it's all up in my head now!
Monday, January 20 2014 - 05:42 PM
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Super helpful. Thank you so much for the effort.
Sunday, December 15 2013 - 11:17 AM
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i'm here studying for my ap music theory exam, and i just wanted to say that the Perfect 5th is also the star wars theme. in case you need something iconic to remember it by
Wednesday, December 11 2013 - 07:06 PM
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Nice site! I have really enjoyed taking the tests!
Friday, December 06 2013 - 11:05 AM
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THank you so much! I was really struggling but your website helped a lot.
Wednesday, December 04 2013 - 09:42 AM
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excellent! As I am rekindling my playing of music this is just what I have been looking for!
Tuesday, October 29 2013 - 05:48 PM
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I am trying to understand and appreciated western classical music from the fundamentals. This site helps
Thursday, October 24 2013 - 08:45 PM
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I've always been a promoter of musical culture.
Thank you for your open source approach
Sunday, October 20 2013 - 07:51 AM
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I have a really scary test in ear training tomorrow. Thank you whoever created this website! It is of great help to study!
Tuesday, October 15 2013 - 09:45 PM
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Colin Ogdon
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Thanks for this, very helpful in studying my intervals for a Masters Degree in Music Therapy.
Thursday, October 10 2013 - 02:01 AM
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I have been looking for a site to help me understand intervals so that I can get a better grade on my music theory test. This just might do the trick. Thank you
Sunday, September 29 2013 - 11:49 AM
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This website is a huge help with music theory honestly, like half the class can be learned just from this website
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It is a very useful tool for practicing.
Sunday, September 22 2013 - 11:10 AM
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Excellent site, very useful for k-12 teaching. I will be using it quite a bit. Thank you!
Friday, September 06 2013 - 10:26 AM
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Thanks for being here for me. I just returned to school after 15 years and I need to refresh.
Wednesday, August 28 2013 - 09:21 AM
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Glad to see that this site works well on my Google phone , everything I want to do is functional. Thanks for keeping it up to date with the latest.
Sunday, August 18 2013 - 09:03 PM
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Wow this is really great for guitarists like me thanks alot man ! or woman lol (i know a little) ROB !
Sunday, July 28 2013 - 12:35 PM
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Dorothy Kamanda
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I am trying to reconize the intervals in singing. It is not easy. How do I make sure I recognize the right intervals in songs?
Tuesday, June 25 2013 - 09:32 PM
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Turn Back, Oh Man by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell) Starts with descending tritone
Friday, June 21 2013 - 08:47 AM
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I did not know how to help my son to learn interval recognition for his Royal Conservatory exam in a way that gets him excited. This is perfect! Thank you so, so much!!!
Monday, May 13 2013 - 01:47 PM
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It's great to practice for my AS Level listening exam! Glad I spent the time on this site!
Saturday, May 11 2013 - 09:27 AM
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Scarlett
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Very useful! With this, I hope I could pass my jazz ear training test with nice scores
Monday, May 06 2013 - 07:31 AM
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a great help!a nice learning tool!!
Monday, April 01 2013 - 12:26 PM
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This site is great! It helped me with my music exam
Thanks!
Monday, March 25 2013 - 03:18 AM
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This is a great tool! Thanks for sharing it!
Thursday, March 21 2013 - 10:27 AM
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Jared Mann
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Very happy to have found this site. Extremely helpful!
Thursday, March 21 2013 - 06:09 AM
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Like try before and back. Want to get better at listening
Wednesday, March 20 2013 - 07:19 AM
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alan
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good stuff.i hope this enables all to understand the half step
Saturday, March 16 2013 - 07:34 AM
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It is very happy to have this website to help me to learn. Thank you.
Thursday, March 14 2013 - 07:13 AM
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Song suggestion for perfect fourth - "Born Free"
Tuesday, March 12 2013 - 10:28 AM
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Thank you for the awesome website. I will use it together with interval recognition app for iPhone.
Tuesday, February 05 2013 - 02:47 AM
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Jillian
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this will help me with my ear training and become a much better musician with this program. thank you for all your help.
Wednesday, January 23 2013 - 09:24 AM
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i want to know how to teach harmony
Wednesday, January 23 2013 - 12:25 AM
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Me
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Amazing website! The tests really helped me study for my music theory AP exam!
Tuesday, January 08 2013 - 12:44 PM
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This is keep me up all night. Thanks! I hate procastination
Monday, January 07 2013 - 10:21 PM
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I really need to study.. thanks
Wednesday, January 02 2013 - 09:25 PM
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What an awesome tool for studying! Thank you!
Thursday, December 20 2012 - 02:55 PM
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Phil
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awesome website - i needed the practice ...
Thursday, December 20 2012 - 11:04 AM
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:Vincent P Valerio
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Thanks for the website. This is very useful. The intervals and relationships are definately important.
Thursday, December 13 2012 - 12:58 PM
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Thanks for this...I need the refresher!!
Wednesday, December 12 2012 - 07:51 PM
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Dee
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I am a singing teacher. I found this a great way to teach my students and also remind myself of what I have studied in Music College.

Thank you
Sunday, December 02 2012 - 03:02 PM
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F O'B
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Thanks for this helpful website. I'm an amateur musician with no formal training so the interval tests are great.
Monday, November 19 2012 - 07:16 AM
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JAO
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excellent! I am a theory teacher and i hope my students will find this helpful - thank you!
Monday, November 12 2012 - 10:30 AM
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Thank you! This a fantastic website.
Saturday, November 10 2012 - 07:24 PM
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Denis
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Very simple and useful,thank you so much
Thursday, November 01 2012 - 12:17 AM
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Willey
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This sight rocks! Thanks for all the interval help!"
Tuesday, October 30 2012 - 03:25 PM
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Madeline
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Actually, the interval of the first 2 notes of 'We will rock you' is in fact a minor second, but thank you very much for using the site and for your kind comment!
Sunday, October 21 2012 - 12:41 PM
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Ruth
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Hey this is a great site! I think you have one mistake though. I think that "We Will Rock You" has a Major second in it and not a minor second in it. Check it out. I think you want to take this example off the site.
Tuesday, September 18 2012 - 10:11 AM
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Sylvie
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Some truly great content on this web site , regards for contribution.
Saturday, September 01 2012 - 11:09 AM
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Peter
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Excellent site best yet, ideal for our purposes
Thursday, August 30 2012 - 12:10 AM
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Vanessa
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for major third another possible sound to identify it is a doorbell (ding dong)
Thursday, August 16 2012 - 08:45 AM
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lolz
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great website i think i enjoy learning more now thank you
Monday, August 13 2012 - 09:40 PM
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silence is key :)
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Hey tis is awesome im 51 and i think this is a lovely site for people who have trouble understanding different sounds thanxs:)
Monday, August 13 2012 - 09:36 PM
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Debesh Raj Bhattarai
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This is a treasure .. ...Great Site should help me a lot. as an architect designed a music school Nepal Music Center in Kathmandu, Nepal and taking professional training, though playing for quite some time. Good work.. My best Wishes.
Sunday, August 05 2012 - 02:07 AM
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Brett Kekoa
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Great resource. Would it be possible to add 'repeat' function to the intervals/modes? I'd like to listen to them continuously while I work. Tried downloading them, but none of my apps can play the music files.
Friday, July 06 2012 - 05:16 PM
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Dave Hitt
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Hello, cool web site, continue the helpful job.
Saturday, June 23 2012 - 03:17 PM
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thank you 100*1000 times! This will help me alot.
Saturday, June 16 2012 - 09:38 AM
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I have to say, enjoyed the actual study, thanks.
Sunday, June 10 2012 - 08:05 PM
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Ben
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Major 3rd: Once in Royal, While shepherds watched
Perfect 4th: We plough the fields and scatter, Hark the Herald, O Tannenbaum, Away in a manger, O little town, O come all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis) = Why are we waiting
Perfect 5th: God rest ye merry
Major 6th: Holly [and the] Ivy
Sunday, June 10 2012 - 04:44 PM
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Rhett Kuhl
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Fantastic web site. I'll add it to my favorites!
Saturday, June 09 2012 - 02:59 PM
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Julia
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Major 6 above: the prayer
Wonderful website! Thanks!
Sunday, June 03 2012 - 04:29 PM
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Adrian Wright
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Hi, excellent web-site! Continue the good energy.
Friday, May 25 2012 - 12:14 PM
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Amy
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minor 3rd sounds like Greenselves
Sunday, May 13 2012 - 09:47 AM
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Training for audition!!!! Hope this will help! I had in the past many solfez and this kind of education but i am so nervous!!!
Wednesday, April 18 2012 - 11:33 AM
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Darnell francis
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I am in a music theory class in my college and I need to aurally need to determine intervals.
Friday, April 13 2012 - 11:09 PM
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Richard Wilkinson
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Recomended by my music teacher, very good site, this will help me through my next exam grades.
Friday, April 06 2012 - 02:50 PM
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Emma
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Try 'Close every door' for the diminished 6th? Very useful site - thank you!
Wednesday, April 04 2012 - 07:38 AM
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Tynor
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Very neat. Will definitely use in the future.
Sunday, March 25 2012 - 12:38 AM
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StevenOSmithSr
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Thanks for the site! I'm getting serious about my studies and this helps. I love taking the tests, I can see my progress.
Saturday, March 17 2012 - 07:53 AM
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Stephen
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Really nice site! I've always hesitated with studying modes so this is perfect. =)
Friday, March 16 2012 - 12:55 PM
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evelyn schuette
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OCtave - chestnuts roasting over an open fire
Tuesday, March 13 2012 - 09:03 AM
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Ava S.
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Add more tests, or make the test different each time so answers aren't memorized. :) Great program
Tuesday, March 13 2012 - 08:42 AM
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Jackson
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For a beginner to Guitar self studying, I was told to learn intervals, is there a tutorial out there for complete novices like me, who don't know the what Minor, Major and steps are?
Thursday, March 01 2012 - 06:11 PM
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scott deogburn
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Hello,
good stuff here. I teach ear training at Berklee College of music. Your content is concise and very helpful to my students. Thank you
Thursday, February 16 2012 - 06:45 AM
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Ian Egland
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You've saved me! I was getting worried, with my AP Music Theory exam coming up. Taking this class independently is harder than I thought it would be, but you've definitely saved the day!
Friday, February 10 2012 - 09:26 AM
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Dave Eifert
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Thanks for this free resource!
Thursday, February 09 2012 - 01:55 PM
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david
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thanks for putting this site together.
Saturday, February 04 2012 - 03:31 PM
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Chas Wood
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Good site for everything from beginners to brushing up old skills! Thanks for including the modes, my old teacher never thought that was important, because he thought they were too easy to play.
Wednesday, February 01 2012 - 06:02 PM
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gm
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great site!
I would like to suggest you add some songs: the main riff in "smoke on the water" for the minor third interval and "On Melancholy Hill" by gorillaz for the perfect fifth interval.
Sunday, January 29 2012 - 06:29 AM
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sam
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Great site to exercise your hearing skills
Sunday, January 22 2012 - 08:09 AM
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Susan
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What a GREAT application!! Love this site!! Had a music teacher in high school who drilled us on intervals daily! It's great finding a site that will help with memory and retention of this skill practice!! THANKS a BUNCH!!
Saturday, January 21 2012 - 05:07 PM
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Gaston
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Great page, and also im surprised by the second interval test having 2 intervallic questions in a 3-note phrasing. Very creative and simple. thanks!
Friday, January 20 2012 - 02:14 AM
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natalie
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P4 - Harry Potter Theme is another more modern tune.
Thursday, January 19 2012 - 08:25 AM
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Liz
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Thanks! Very Useful! Does anyone know of a sight for practicing Motifs?
Tuesday, January 17 2012 - 05:38 AM
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Casey Greene
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I am a woodwind teacher in Shropshire. can anyone recommend a book/cd that my students can practice their intervals?
Thanks
Thursday, January 05 2012 - 07:36 AM
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Micah Grinstead
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Thanks - very useful in preparing for my RCM Exam.
Tuesday, December 27 2011 - 03:11 PM
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khosrow Daraei
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very useful , when you have provided many examples of different intervals, it id good for ear training .
Thanks
khosrow
Tuesday, December 27 2011 - 12:31 AM
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Marco Boi
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it's a really nice job you've done there!
I use this website every day to exercise my good-ear skills!
Friday, December 16 2011 - 01:23 PM
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Jo'El
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Awesome site...way better than MacGamut!
Tuesday, December 13 2011 - 01:31 PM
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Carol
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Great site!! Very helpful!
for a perfect 4th, i also use the kids' song Sailing- it ascends and then descends.
Friday, December 09 2011 - 06:48 PM
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Martin Svärd
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Thank you for sharing this great site. I have a few songs that might help on the intervalls.
Minor 3: Smoke on the water and iron man
Minor 7: Sailor Moon (movie theme), the winner taks it all
Major 7: Take me on

Hope it will help! :D
Monday, December 05 2011 - 07:39 AM
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Cleveland Brown
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Great site, I will refer future students to it. A perfect 5th is also the first notes to the Star Wars. There are a lot of pink floyd albums that use the major & minor 6xth and 7ths in the same phrases that are good to think about.
Wednesday, November 30 2011 - 02:12 PM
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JohnAbraham
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this is a good site and i like it very much
Monday, November 28 2011 - 11:46 PM
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Carol
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Great site!! Very helpful!
for a perfect 4th, i also use the kids' song Sailing- it ascends and then descends.
Friday, December 09 2011 - 06:48 PM
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Martin Svärd
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Thank you for sharing this great site. I have a few songs that might help on the intervalls.
Minor 3: Smoke on the water and iron man
Minor 7: Sailor Moon (movie theme), the winner taks it all
Major 7: Take me on

Hope it will help! :D
Monday, December 05 2011 - 07:39 AM
Name:
Cleveland Brown
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Great site, I will refer future students to it. A perfect 5th is also the first notes to the Star Wars. There are a lot of pink floyd albums that use the major & minor 6xth and 7ths in the same phrases that are good to think about.
Wednesday, November 30 2011 - 02:12 PM
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JohnAbraham
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this is a good site and i like it very much
Monday, November 28 2011 - 11:46 PM
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Algi Mantas
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Very helpful in study of intervals and I have recommended this site to other students.
Monday, November 28 2011 - 08:48 AM
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King Kong
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This is a really great site and you can learn a lot really easily. Just one thing that I would add (and that I am actually practicing now) are the different triads. For example the Major, Minor, Diminished, and Augmented Triads (I'm not sure if those are the only ones, but those are the ones I'm studying now). But over all, this is a great site and it's really helpful.
Tuesday, November 08 2011 - 06:32 PM
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John
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Thank you, thank you, thank you! These tests are simple and effective!
Tuesday, November 01 2011 - 04:44 PM
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doug shaw
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Smoke on the Water deep purple, my son is studying it now!
Wednesday, October 26 2011 - 05:03 AM
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john clacher
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good job at interval understanding approach and application to hearing and recognizing ....................
jack frost nipping is major 6th...
Wednesday, October 26 2011 - 04:32 AM
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Jesica
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Lots to learn!! I can do this!!! :)
Wednesday, October 12 2011 - 11:26 AM
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Great site. I will tell all my students about it!!
Monday, October 10 2011 - 06:17 AM
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ekin
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They told me that is easier to understand music when you understand the intervals..thanks for create this
Tuesday, September 27 2011 - 06:16 AM
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Jael
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This site is great, I tell all my friends
Sunday, September 25 2011 - 01:36 PM
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Rick
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Octave-The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire.
Sunday, September 25 2011 - 12:16 PM
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Steven
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Thank you for this site. I've learned to play, now I want to know what I'm doing, and I'm really focusing on theory and sight-reading.
Friday, September 09 2011 - 07:37 PM
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Juan
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Many thanks for making this information available.The tests are excellent.
Sunday, August 28 2011 - 06:17 PM
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mischa
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This is terrific! I'm trying to teach someone about intervals and I'm sure this will be helpful. Need it myself... got 9 wrong on test 1 :(
Wednesday, August 17 2011 - 09:14 AM
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Roger
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Just what I was looking for. I've shared this site with others in my class.
Friday, August 05 2011 - 07:09 AM
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Laura
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Thank You! This helped a lot with my assignments for my music!
Tuesday, July 26 2011 - 10:14 PM
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Kimmee Owen
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Great site, thanks to this I can actually figure out my intervals for my music class a little easier.
Monday, July 25 2011 - 11:07 AM
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madeline
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Love being able to hear intervals like this.
Wednesday, June 15 2011 - 12:09 PM
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Jason
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Great Website! Helped me prepare for my upcoming aural exam at the conservatorium in australia!
Sunday, June 12 2011 - 08:59 PM
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deb
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this site is terrific - i'm using it to help me study for my upcoming RCM exam -i've also shared it with my music teacher
Friday, June 10 2011 - 04:45 PM
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Will
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very useful site, tests are well laid out.
Wednesday, June 08 2011 - 10:58 AM
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Hehe
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Good Site. I found it very helpful with my training for an exam
Tuesday, May 24 2011 - 05:06 PM
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Elshan
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I find this site very useful and helpful. I'd like to thank all those people who has created this rersours. It helped a lot to my student to prepare for they theory and aural exams of Trinity Guildhall and Trinity College boerd. Thanks again and be happy guys.
Friday, May 13 2011 - 10:36 PM
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Barry Wolff
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Great site. Great training. Helped in site reading.
Wednesday, May 11 2011 - 07:22 AM
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Sarah
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Banging Site, helped me alot with learning the musical intervals!
Monday, May 09 2011 - 04:25 AM
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Joan
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Wonderful site! It was very helpful. Thanks
Thursday, April 21 2011 - 04:00 AM
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Michael
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Fantastic site! Very helpful for ear training in college!
Monday, April 18 2011 - 07:24 PM
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abbi
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you need more example songs to listen to on the "listen to intervals" section.
Thanks!
Thursday, April 07 2011 - 06:41 AM
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Tereza Shortall
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Really good for someone who had NO musical education! Thanks a lot!
Wednesday, March 30 2011 - 06:50 AM
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Josh
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Really helpful with HSC music. Showed it to entire class.
Monday, March 28 2011 - 02:16 AM
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kelly
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great refresher for me! 28 yrs from college and forgetting the basic when not using. thanks for the practice
m2 Raindrops Keep Falling on My head
M2 People People who need people
P5 Feelings
Sunday, March 27 2011 - 05:35 PM
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Cathal
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Just enjoyed the site, a big help thanks
Sunday, March 27 2011 - 06:09 AM
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Dave
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This is fantastic, thanks for putting this all together!
For the perfect fourth: the Australian National anthem (not great for everyone, but it works flawlessly for me!)
Sunday, March 06 2011 - 04:03 PM
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Jim
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Excellent help for my next violin exam.
Thursday, March 03 2011 - 04:56 PM
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Laura Miller
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Very good Site! Well done!
I will recommend to all my students!
Tuesday, February 22 2011 - 03:55 PM
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Laura Miller
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Very good Site! Well done!
I will recommend to all my students!
Tuesday, February 22 2011 - 03:31 PM
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Evelyn Mann
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A song for the perfect 5th....Theme from Star Wars
Monday, February 14 2011 - 12:01 PM
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jon Deak
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Wonderful, and very clear. I'll tell our Very Young Composers about it, esp Middle School students.
Monday, February 14 2011 - 07:55 AM
Name:
Mikkel
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This site and the resources here are super helpful. Thank you!
Thursday, January 20 2011 - 07:18 PM
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Elizabeth
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Thanks for making the site available and very useful.
Sunday, January 16 2011 - 10:56 PM
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caroline
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Great! Good job!Thanks! This is tremendous help for my upcoming RCM piano exam!
Wednesday, January 12 2011 - 12:04 AM
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Paul
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Thanks! This is tremendous help for my upcoming RCM piano exam!
Sunday, January 02 2011 - 12:14 PM
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buchmacher bonus
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Thanks for your contribution and I will use it for my school research that I am doing.
Wednesday, December 29 2010 - 06:40 AM
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Andrew
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This is so useful. Thank you. I wish I had found it years ago!
Sunday, December 26 2010 - 03:02 AM
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Salmon
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Hey thanks so much for this site too! When I get really good an can fly through recognizing intervals. I should be able to play what I hear! For years I've noodled around with the major and minor pentatonic scale, and thats all I did. Tv on comercial, couldnt sleep, or if a melody would pop into my head I'd work it out. I think this will help me tremendously. Thanks again!
Sunday, December 12 2010 - 09:25 AM
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Salmon
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I think I've always had perfect pitch and didn't know it, cause I have no problem hearing the intervals in my head. They just need'd labels.
Sunday, December 12 2010 - 09:15 AM
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Lydia
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I am currently doing my grade 4 saxophone and i found this sight very useful for learning my intervals not sure what i would do without it .
Friday, December 10 2010 - 01:34 PM
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Lorenz
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Many thanks for creating such a helpful and accesable site. Good wishes to you.
Sunday, November 28 2010 - 12:58 PM
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Matt
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Hey, nice site. Had fun rehashing what I recall of music theory I in college... (missed one on interval test #1, but perfect on the modes! interval test #2 looked too hard for me at this point... ;) ) Kudos!
Friday, October 29 2010 - 12:46 AM
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skyler
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really good trainer
Monday, October 11 2010 - 12:11 PM
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Excellent resource! Having the two-interval questions is a special and unique feature of this site as compared with other online interval trainers.
Monday, October 11 2010 - 03:46 AM
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I love music and have learnt a lot on your site, thanks
Monday, October 11 2010 - 03:33 AM
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Ed Prokop
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Liked the presentation on intervals. I am presently taking theory and having a hard time with interval recognition. This site should help out with my quest.
Saturday, October 09 2010 - 08:17 AM
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Musical Intervals Tutor admin
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Thanks Chris for catching the problem with the modes! Looks like I introduced the problem when I was updating the site recently. Hopefully the correct scales are back now!
Thursday, September 16 2010 - 08:38 PM
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chris
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great interval site, but fix your audio on the mode section - it plays the same scale for all the modes!
Thursday, September 16 2010 - 07:35 PM
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Jade
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This is such an amazing site,
I'm using it to help with practice for my intervals test and am improving so much
Thank you and Well Done!
Sunday, September 12 2010 - 08:22 AM
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Debra Hansen
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This is a great site. I'm using it to prepare a friend for a choral audition and I can't say enough how useful it is.
Wednesday, August 04 2010 - 01:55 PM
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Felix Scott
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We all have strengths and weaknesses in in music. I was always a strong player but a fair to mediocre sight reader. I was good at theory which is memorization of organization and concepts. My sight singing and listening and transcribing what I was hearing was terrible. I could write the clefs and the sharps and flats faster than anyone when it was announced since I had theory down but when the teachers would begin to sing and conduct or sing and clap I was lost. I seldom got the rhythms right as I didn't follow where the pulse was or would only catch it in small glimpses. This was seldom coordinated with the pitches as I would catch a few pitches here and there but didn't know where they belonged in the rhythms or measures. Over time I have improved in this area as I see i only missed three on the first test I missed M2, P5 and m7. I see M2 and m7 as inversions so I need to work on this and there is no excuse for me missing P5 really. That is the tuning interval for pianos. I am getting better over the years and I hope to become a professional transcriber in my old age. I have my work cut out for me. I only did one on the second test and got it right it was up a m3 and down a P4. I didn't even try the next one which was a M3 up and a M6 up. It threw me out of key or the tonality and I realize I need to work at hearing three pitches in a row and coming at me in mixed direction. That is the first time I have ever had that challenge, in that way.
Wednesday, June 30 2010 - 03:56 PM
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James M
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Excellent resource! Having the two-interval questions is a special and unique feature of this site as compared with other online interval trainers.
Saturday, June 12 2010 - 08:01 PM
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Venessa
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I love music and have learnt a lot on your site, thanks
Sunday, May 16 2010 - 11:38 PM
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G. Neil
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Thanks! I'm bad at minor 6ths.
Wednesday, May 12 2010 - 12:31 AM
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Gio
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Great site! Helps with my dictation skills and interval recognition. Test 2 is what he Dr ordered! :)
Tuesday, May 11 2010 - 09:10 AM
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Alen Carl
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Nice site Thanks
Saturday, May 08 2010 - 12:23 PM
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Olivea
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Thank you very much!!. This site is extremely helpful in an area I am weak at.
Thursday, May 06 2010 - 09:28 AM
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Estonian
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This site is so helpful! I'm practicing for my exam and that helps me a lot! :)
THANK YOU
Sunday, May 02 2010 - 11:53 PM
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lucile
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hey i did this for music class yeah!!!
Monday, April 26 2010 - 11:33 AM
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Judy W.
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I am teaching privately, and have been involved with music teaching for over 50 years. This site will help my students immensely, and save valuable lesson time with not having to drill intervals so much. My students take OMTA and Guild Syllabus exams, and this practice will help with that, too. You are amazingly helpful, and I thank you for producing the site. A fellow teacher put me in touch with it, when I was adjudicating her students. It's funny how wonderful things happen in music!
Thank you, thank you. Judy W.
Monday, April 26 2010 - 05:38 AM
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sah
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i am so glad for music class it's a lifesaver!
Tuesday, April 20 2010 - 06:51 AM
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natserz
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this is realllllllly helpful to people like me who gets called a nerd all the time!
Tuesday, April 20 2010 - 06:48 AM
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jonathan
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This site helped me build my confidence when listening to music and also helped me distinguish intervals. Thank you!
Thursday, April 01 2010 - 11:14 AM
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Tim
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Thank you very much!!. This site is extremely helpful in an area I am weak at.
Thursday, March 25 2010 - 05:47 PM
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This is a very helpful site. Thank you very much!
Wednesday, March 24 2010 - 05:23 AM
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Sunday, March 14 2010 - 04:14 AM
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Very useful site!!
Wednesday, March 10 2010 - 10:19 PM
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Brilliant website ! so simple so usefull
Saturday, March 06 2010 - 01:38 AM
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Great site. Very useful
Monday, March 01 2010 - 05:44 PM
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Great site...im gonna use this to really hone my listening skills...and my students!
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Name: Moises
Country: U.S. Date: Wed Jan 27 07:29:20 2010
Comment: Amazing, simple amazing site. I can't wait to tell everyone on campus about this. I'm sure many Music Majors have a tough time at first identifying these intervals (myself included) and this site is perfect for practicing them.

thanks a ton.
Name: Dave
Country: usa Date: Thu Jan 21 13:08:10 2010
Comment: Cool Site
Name: Tyler Russo
Country: USA Date: Fri Jan 15 06:41:47 2010
Comment: This website's awesome! great for music theory review. thanks so much
Name: Alistair
Country: UK Date: Fri Dec 25 07:46:49 2009
Comment: Thanks for taking the time to make all this available, I've been doing my grade exams and this is great for aural practice although I still can't get those damn Major 6ths every time.

There's also some other sites with testers (my fave www.intervaltutor.com) which are quite good when you've exhausted the questions on here.

Thanks again!
Name: Shawn
Country: USA Date: Sat Dec 19 08:37:16 2009
Comment: Thank you for your work on this! I had ear training 27 years ago, and am very rusty. I'm learning a new instrument and play in church on my "old" instrument and need help brushing up on hearing those intervals. I appreciate what you've done.
Name: Steve
Country: Canada Date: Tue Dec 15 19:52:24 2009
Comment: Excellent site - thank you for this
Name: Alan ()
Country: US Date: Thu Dec 10 04:20:11 2009
Comment: Your explantion of modes by showing the start-end key/note was excellent. While I may not be able to PLAY them, I know WHAT they are. Thanks!
Name: Jim Martin
Country: USA Date: Wed Dec 9 14:16:34 2009
Comment: Well done site addressing aural recognition of intervals. Thanks.
Name: Richard
Country: U.K. Date: Wed Nov 25 12:12:40 2009
Comment: Excellent. Just what I needed to help me with my sight reading and with a nice neat user interface too. Many thanks.
Name: Garrett
Country: USA Date: Mon Nov 9 19:58:44 2009
Comment: Great site! Helps me in my music class!
Name: António Batista
Country: Portugal Date: Tue Nov 3 10:35:25 2009
Comment: Very nice site! Helped me a lot at preparing for exams!
Name: Jasmine
Country: Usa Date: Mon Nov 2 17:01:48 2009
Comment: This site is helpful! This helped for my music theory class, my teacher sent us to this site. My class is supposed to come to this site for learning. Thanks for posting.
Name: Pauline Lerner ()
Country: USA Date: Wed Oct 21 00:40:32 2009
Comment: Thanks for a very helpful site. I find especially helpful the lists of song and pieces of music whose first two notes are examples of a particular interval.
Name: Glenn
Country: USA Date: Tue Oct 13 19:17:10 2009
Comment: Thanks for the site! It is a great help as well as a pleasure.
Name: alice nassar
Country: canada Date: Mon Oct 5 16:35:20 2009
Comment: it was good thts for the help i know a lot know thxx
Name: paul
Country: USA Date: Sat Sep 19 16:40:13 2009
Comment:
NICE SITE! I READ U R WORKING ON ADDING A CHORD RECOGNITION PART......THAT WOULD BE GREAT.....MELODIC AND HARMONIC TEST WOULD BE WONDERFUL,ETC....THANKS......
Name: Cedrick D.
Country: USA Date: Mon Sep 7 10:06:53 2009
Comment: Great Site!
Name: H. L. Brown
Country: USA Date: Sat Sep 5 14:17:29 2009
Comment: looks like a very good site for musicians, especially the intervals section.
Name: SM
Country: UK Date: Wed Aug 26 02:41:59 2009
Comment: great to find a site to polish up my musicianship!
thank you!
Name: Ashleigh
Country: Australia Date: Sat Aug 15 04:33:59 2009
Comment: Very informative site, very helpful.
Name: Nilsa
Country: US Date: Wed Aug 12 17:50:02 2009
Comment: Thank you soooo much for this site. I need the practice so that I can pass on the knowledge. This is the best site I've found and I've really searched!!! Again Thank you!!!!
Name: Erika Noble
Country: United States Date: Mon Aug 3 22:07:03 2009
Comment: Surprisingly it helped me. ;DD
Name: Elizabeth Holmes
Country: United States Date: Fri Jul 17 22:36:35 2009
Comment: Dear Madeline,
I really need to lean my intervals. I am so happy to find this web site. I just finished your first test I received a Perfect.. Now I'm very happy.. but I must go to bed..
Elizabeth
Name: dyf
Country: United Kingdom Date: Mon Jun 29 06:41:29 2009
Comment: Great! I am a Guitar Teacher and this site is just what I need to help my students
Thanks!
Name: Georgiana
Country: USA Date: Mon May 25 23:50:48 2009
Comment: Wonderful site!
Thank you so much!
Name: Satomi
Country: U.S.A. Date: Tue Apr 28 10:51:52 2009
Comment: Bonjour! thanks for the help! im lad i used the site help me wiht theory!!!
Name: Ann Page
Country: USA Date: Sat Apr 4 16:49:12 2009
Comment: This is great - Thanks
Name: Hannah Uebelhack ()
Country: United States Date: Thu Feb 5 23:27:29 2009
Comment: Hey! Great site! I look forward to being able to practice my intervals, because we have quizzes in Choir, and I'm not doin' so hot! Haha. But just one question... I click on 'Listen to Intervals' or something like that, and it doesn't give me anything to listen to... I'm wondering if this is just my computer...?

Thanks!

-Hannah Rose
Name: irean arot
Country: Date: Sun Jan 25 19:57:32 2009
Comment: A perfect 5th is also in the opening notes of GRAVITY by SARA BAREILLES...
Name: Dave
Country: Canada Date: Sun Jan 25 11:06:31 2009
Comment: Thanks for suggesting the songs, associating them with the intervals really help!

For Perfect Fourth - Don't forget Star Wars!
Name: Joe M
Country: USA Date: Mon Dec 22 17:12:51 2008
Comment: Thank you so much for this! Getting my classmates to understand intervals is really difficult and this will help IMMENSELY.
Name: Christopher
Country: INDIA Date: Fri Dec 5 19:19:58 2008
Comment: I found this simple and easy to understand. Thanks.
Name: Kilikia
Country: Date: Sun Nov 16 15:04:23 2008
Comment: the augmented fourth can be remembered as the sound that a fire siren makes
Name: cat
Country: usa Date: Mon Nov 10 17:16:24 2008
Comment: great site
Name: Nate
Country: Date: Wed Oct 15 08:21:44 2008
Comment: Major Third= Rock Around the Clock
Name: Cecil K
Country: USA Date: Sat Oct 11 13:35:44 2008
Comment: Thank you for what you do.
Name: Kyle J
Country: U.S.A. Date: Sun Sep 28 17:24:21 2008
Comment: Great site! It helps me study for my Music Theory tests!
Name: Ellen Anderson Holt
Country: USA Date: Sun Sep 28 13:09:36 2008
Comment: Thank you so much for putting this site together. I wish I'd had something like this when I was struggling with my college introduction to music theory courses. But I am making good use of it now, and am still singing with a local choir. It will improve my sight singing dramatically. I can't wait until my son is old enough to check it out!
Name: CJ Murray
Country: North America Date: Thu Sep 18 07:04:34 2008
Comment: Star wars is another good perfect 5th
Name: CJ Murray
Country: North America Date: Thu Sep 18 07:00:13 2008
Comment: This is really going to help me in my theory class. Thanks a lot.
Name: Mo\'zella
Country: USA Date: Fri Sep 12 08:49:16 2008
Comment: this is really great its helping me very well in my class =] edsel ford is thanking you a very lot =]
Name: Geno
Country: USA Date: Sun Aug 31 01:25:35 2008
Comment: Great page!

Another widely-recognized minor 6th interval is the first two notes of Manha De Carnaval (the Theme from Black Orpheus) by Bonfa.
Name: tom
Country: usa Date: Fri Aug 29 05:34:04 2008
Comment: Very helpful site. Thanks. Favorite m6th ascending interval... "Weekend in New England", Barry Manilow. Obscure tune perhaps, but a solid, recognizable interval.
Name: John Replogle ()
Country: USA Date: Tue Aug 26 16:41:38 2008
Comment: This is the best site for this kind of practice. Intervals are so important to be able to be heard on the band stand and for sightreading. This is a great site!
Name: Simone
Country: US Date: Tue Aug 19 16:24:48 2008
Comment: M6 down: Crazy (Patsy Cline)
Name: Simone
Country: US Date: Tue Aug 19 15:31:02 2008
Comment: song suggestions:
P5 down: Flinstones theme
m6 up: Close Every Door (from Joseph...Dreamcoat)
P8 down: Stormy Weather (the weather notes)

thank you for a fantastic site!
Name: Jesica Bender
Country: USA Date: Sat Aug 16 20:46:50 2008
Comment: Awesome website!
Name: Bob
Country: USA Date: Fri Jul 25 10:46:34 2008
Comment: Very helpful site. Thanks much. The reference tune I always use for a major 6th is "Shortnin' Bread." I don't know if kids still learn that song, though.
Name: Leigh Latchum
Country: USA Date: Tue Jun 17 15:04:29 2008
Comment: I'm using these to teach my violin students better intonation.
Name: Aimee
Country: United States Date: Tue Jun 3 19:05:19 2008
Comment: For perfect fourth, we wish you a merry christmas
Name: Cassandra
Country: Canada Date: Thu May 29 11:26:51 2008
Comment: Thank you so much for the use of your website. It has been so helpful. I was having a difficult time hearing intervals but with all your tricks and exercises, I'm beginning to master the differences.Thanks!
Name: Serge jensen
Country: Date: Fri May 16 17:15:51 2008
Comment: Very good! Im having a interval test soon!
And its much easier instead of bringing friends home to play intervals , much better to use the program.
Thanks:=) Greetings from michael ( norway)
Name: MARIA XAVIER FERREIRA
Country: BRAZIL Date: Thu May 15 09:16:28 2008
Comment: I got he SINGORAMA singing course and I’m trying very hard to follow it. I am very glad I have this site to help.
Name: Pam
Country: Date: Sun Apr 27 19:12:09 2008
Comment: A great song to remember a major second is "Happy Birthday"
Name: Alyson Esbenshade
Country: United States Date: Thu Apr 24 08:46:50 2008
Comment: This is a great site for my students to go to!
Name: Paite Henshaw
Country: USA Date: Fri Apr 11 09:27:41 2008
Comment: In graduate school to become a teacher and needed to prepare a music lesson for 6th graders and this was so helpful, especially the songs that were below each interval! I learned those in H.S. but couldn't remember them all to teach. The use of the songs was the ONLY way I was able to learn intervals until I got used to it and to solfege. Thank you!
Name: Judy Potocki
Country: USA Date: Wed Mar 26 06:30:56 2008
Comment: I just located you site via a link from SIngorama - beginners phase (an online singing course). Trust me, I will return often as I dive into the adventure of learning to sing my own songs well enough to demo them.

What a wonderful site. Thanks!!!!
Name: Amy
Country: Egypt Date: Mon Mar 10 15:56:14 2008
Comment: This site is a good one. The only thing I might improve would be to have more tests based on grade. I dont know all the intervals in the tests.
Name: JOHN
Country: USA Date: Sun Feb 17 22:21:05 2008
Comment: INTERESTING SIGHT.I MAY COME HERE OFTEN.
Name: george
Country: usa Date: Wed Feb 13 18:28:29 2008
Comment: this is so fun
Name: Bez
Country: Philippines Date: Wed Jan 30 17:37:29 2008
Comment: Excellence
Name: Thomas
Country: USA Date: Tue Jan 22 20:50:13 2008
Comment: I found this site after discussing interval training with a professor at my college. Its a very good site, simple and easy to use, I shall be recommending it to other music students.
Name: Steve ODonnell ()
Country: New Zealand Date: Tue Dec 11 23:17:28 2007
Comment: Hey, excellent site, well done and presented. Will steer my students to it!
A tune I use for an example for perfect 4th interval, Love me Tender
All the best
Steve
Name: Linda-Shea
Country: Antigua&Barbuda Date: Mon Dec 10 08:04:34 2007
Comment: This is really Interesting and easy to learn
Name: yma
Country: austrailia Date: Tue Nov 13 16:50:30 2007
Comment: This site has really helped me learn my intervals. However, it should tell you what answers you have gotten wrong, instead of just starting the test over. Please take note.

Cheers, Yma
Name: Brian Conatser
Country: Date: Tue Oct 23 09:19:42 2007
Comment: tune suggestion for minor third: nanner nanner taunting kid's refrain.
Name: Brian Conatser
Country: Date: Tue Oct 23 09:17:36 2007
Comment: tune suggestion: nanner nanner taunting kid's refrain. You decide what to call it.
Name: Kara
Country: USA Date: Thu Oct 18 18:23:56 2007
Comment: This web site has been extremely helpful to me esspecially since I am preparing for a pretty big compa***ion in about a week! It has been good to brush up on some old skills!
Name: hiutopor ()
Country: uk Date: Sun Sep 16 16:24:16 2007
Comment: Hello

Very interesting information! Thanks!

Bye
Name: John
Country: United States Date: Sat Sep 8 18:28:30 2007
Comment: Free interval training software for Mac OS X.

http://andyvn.ath.cx/?sect=tech&cat=soft&topic=aqu

Suggestion for learning the Major Second: Fractured (http://www.fracture.ukf.net/FractureHiFi.mp3). The major second is the one that goes thunk, thunk, thunk-a thunk-a thunk, thunk, thunk, thunk over and over again. I am told there is an Augmented Fourth in "FraKctured" (http://www.larkstonguesina***.ukf.net/FraKctured.mp3), a different yet similar song, though I 'm not su
Name: John
Country: United States Date: Sat Sep 8 18:21:25 2007
Comment: Free interval training software for Mac OS X.

Suggestion for learning the Major Second: Fractured. The major second is the one that goes thunk, thunk, thunk-a thunk-a thunk, thunk, thunk, thunk over and over again. I am told there is an Augmented Fourth in FraKctured, though I'm not sure where.
Name: Virginia
Country: usa Date: Sat Sep 8 14:32:13 2007
Comment: Great Sight thanks
Name: Raphael Thompson
Country: USA Date: Mon Jul 30 20:22:57 2007
Comment: I am a high school choir director and intermediate school General Music teacher. I am constantly looking for theory lessons and helps. Great find!!
Name: Norman Coleman
Country: USA Date: Sat Jul 28 03:16:40 2007
Comment: What an excellent resource for any one studying music theory and relative pitch. Thank you for posting this wonderful learning tool. Norm
Name: Louise Radowitz
Country: USA Date: Fri Jul 20 09:14:00 2007
Comment: Is there software available of "The Musical Intervals Tutor" ? I would enjoy being able to study these offline. And, by the way, what a wonderful website you have here! I'm amazed and delighted.
Name: Andrew Perkins
Country: New Zealand Date: Mon Jun 25 20:14:08 2007
Comment: Great fun
Name: Gary K Garoutte
Country: USA Date: Sun Jun 24 19:49:50 2007
Comment: Thank You for putting this online. I have struggled for years with intervals. I can only get about 30% right if I do it every day. Maybe this site and the site "Active Bass" will help me overcome this obstacle. Gary K Garoutte
Name: John Long
Country: New Zealand Date: Mon Jun 11 00:28:53 2007
Comment: tHIS LOOKS LIKE A GOOD WEB SITE. BUT I CANT HEAR THE SAMPLE SOUNDS YET

REGARDS JOHN LONG
Name: Sally
Country: US Date: Thu May 31 18:50:47 2007
Comment: A tune for the perfect 5th could be the theme from star wars.
Name: patriciahanna
Country: united states Date: Sat May 26 09:41:18 2007
Comment: there are no comments to make at this time. thank you.
Name: Gerry Puchalski
Country: USA Date: Mon Apr 2 14:29:37 2007
Comment: I was listening to cast album of the BWAY play Wicked today and notice that the first two vocal interval of the chorus (GOOD NEWS....., SHE's DEAD....) are major Sevenths. I think this was probably an intentional pun of sorts by the composer, since the M7th is very dissonent (dark) as Wicked is a Dark version of the Wizard of Oz - where everyone always uses "Somewhere OVer the rainbow" as an example of the Consonent "happy" Perfect octive.
Name: Fatoumata Atamuotaf
Country: Botswana Date: Mon Mar 26 12:16:41 2007
Comment: I like the way the musical notes have gaps in. I used to be sceptical, but now it makes me smile when I hear it. Danke x
Name: MHMMIPRETTYMUCHHROCK
Country: HAWAII Date: Tue Mar 20 13:22:25 2007
Comment: YEAH GUYS I'M IN SEVENTH GRADE AND THIS SIGHT WAS A BIG HELP TO STUDY FOR CHORUS. THANKS HOMEDOGS WHO MADE THIS WEBSITE.
Name: Keri
Country: Date: Tue Mar 20 06:41:45 2007
Comment: This was very helpful. I would suggest letting people see the questions they missed so they can listen again, and compair the correct answer to what they put. That way people could listen and hear how they got it wrong.
Name: David
Country: Date: Mon Mar 12 18:57:50 2007
Comment:
I do believe that the first three intervals of the the theme song to
Jurassic Park are: Perfect 5th up, Perfect 4th down, then another
Perfect 5th up. ie... C, G, D, A. Of course its been years since
I've heard the tune so I could be wrong.

--Dave
Name: Hannah <3<3
Country: USA Date: Mon Mar 12 17:20:26 2007
Comment: hellooo i am in 7th grade chorus and we are working on music intervals from minor 2nd to perfect 5th. My teacher (Mrs.G.) told us to go to this site, it was a BIG help thankss veryy muchh .... PEACE OUT
Name: Rebekah W Seymour
Country: USA Date: Fri Feb 9 08:02:32 2007
Comment: Thanks so much for the in depth and interactive pages, my middle school general music students were challenged and engaged with the material. It was a new way of introducing the concept. Using the smart board and laptop drew in even the "too cool to study music" learners.
Name: Daniel Wright ()
Country: United States Date: Fri Feb 9 01:11:23 2007
Comment: I just wanted to say that I found your site very helpful and challenging. I'm currently attending SFSU for a major in music and I'm in my Freshman semester, and I found the material on your site very relevant and well-presented. Thank you for your dilligent work in spreading the love and joy of music!
Name: Stephen Richards
Country: Australia Date: Fri Feb 2 15:39:25 2007
Comment: Very impressed,great for learning I will visit again
Name: Jan May
Country: Ontario Canada Date: Mon Jan 15 15:41:18 2007
Comment: I sing Barbershop and Sacred Harp. This will help with both. Thanks!
Name: Fred
Country: USA Date: Mon Jan 1 15:31:45 2007
Comment: Great site! I teach Chorus and Guitar in Virginia Beach, VA. I'll direct my students here for tutoring...
Name: Tom Robnison ()
Country: USA Date: Sat Dec 16 23:00:39 2006
Comment: Thanks for your great, very helpful website. Another song that starts out with a perfect 4th is "King of the Road."
Name: Deb
Country: Canada Date: Tue Dec 12 21:36:45 2006
Comment: Thank you soo much for making this site! It was so very helpful to me!
Name: Bill Lehman
Country: USA Date: Tue Nov 21 08:37:12 2006
Comment: Great site ... very helpful
Name: Bob
Country: Date: Mon Nov 20 02:18:26 2006
Comment: awsome
Name: Al Evans
Country: USA Date: Sat Nov 18 20:44:06 2006
Comment: Great Job. Very helpful.
Do you have a similiar page with downward intervals?
Name: Robert
Country: USA Date: Sat Nov 11 16:28:05 2006
Comment: Thank you for the opportunity.
Name: Emily
Country: USA Date: Thu Nov 9 10:11:03 2006
Comment: This is a fabulous website! Thanks so much.
Name: aly
Country: America Date: Tue Oct 31 07:23:11 2006
Comment: this helps me so much i love tis website thanks alot whoever made it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Name: Jay Johnson
Country: United States Date: Mon Oct 23 15:07:14 2006
Comment: Thanks for putting this site up. It's helping an old man a lot.
Name: So&So
Country: Canada Date: Sun Oct 15 13:31:06 2006
Comment: Great site, Glad its free.. Maybe you could add triad testing..
Name: Sara
Country: Canada Date: Sun Oct 15 13:29:46 2006
Comment: Thanks for the help
Name: anonomous
Country: Australia Date: Thu Oct 12 17:42:14 2006
Comment: really great site. its cool that it is free too! thanks heaps! :)
Name: Deeanna Price
Country: USA Date: Wed Oct 11 20:31:51 2006
Comment: I loved being able to take the interval tests for free. Thank you so much for sharing!
Name: Axel Ghazi
Country: France Date: Sun Oct 8 01:04:17 2006
Comment: Useful. Simple. Class !! Thanks Madeline
Name: Anonymous
Country: USA Date: Thu Oct 5 16:30:18 2006
Comment: To Whom it May Concern,

I suggest adding on this site popular songs to listen for when identifying intervals, as well as having a section for just written intervals only--no music to listen to.

Thanks for your time and dedication!
Name: May ()
Country: Canada Date: Sun Oct 1 10:11:05 2006
Comment: Just what I needed to study for the theory/technical part of my piano exam
Name: James Tuttle
Country: Isarel Date: Wed Sep 13 11:08:25 2006
Comment: This site rocks!
Name: Antonio Castro ()
Country: USA Date: Wed Sep 13 08:18:07 2006
Comment: I teach 80 freshmen everyyear from this website at my high school. Thanks for putting this site online... sure beats my notes from college
Name: Alina
Country: CA, USA Date: Fri Sep 8 14:21:28 2006
Comment: Thank you sooooo much for this website. It has been extremely useful!
Name: Cris
Country: Date: Wed Aug 30 22:27:10 2006
Comment: minor second "White Christmas"
Name: Dylan
Country: United States Date: Thu Aug 24 07:13:21 2006
Comment: Thanks so much for this interval tutor, I really was in a bind and I felt I needed to review them, this site was perfect.

Thank you sooooo much.
You rock.
Name: Cassandra
Country: Date: Thu Aug 10 23:39:47 2006
Comment: Oh, and the Superman theme starts with a perfect fifth. Sorry about that, I forgot to tell you!
Name: Cassandra
Country: USA Date: Thu Aug 10 23:33:54 2006
Comment: I heard that YYZ by Rush has a major 7th in the beginning of it. You might want to check it out.

Cool website! I think it's great that you offer this service for free. Thanks for running it!
Name: Mark Hughes
Country: England Date: Tue Aug 1 01:31:37 2006
Comment: Another tune that has a perfect fifth in it would the star wars theme.
Name: art
Country: United States Date: Thu Jul 20 17:15:53 2006
Comment: I have a tune for minor 6th. The Legend of Zelda Link to the past overworld theme. First chord on piano right hand. D to b flat.
Name: Jodie
Country: UK Date: Wed Jun 21 08:36:56 2006
Comment: Thank you for this site, i've just done the tests and they were really useful. A great help, thanks!
Name: Staci
Country: US Date: Wed Jun 14 20:12:25 2006
Comment: i took the intervals test and it was really fun!
Name: Caroline
Country: USA Date: Wed May 10 14:33:38 2006
Comment: The Music Intervals Tutor is a great way to learn intervals! The intervals are sometimes hard to determine but this tutor really helped me have an ear for interals! I have a hearing interval test tomorrow in my 8th grade Honor Choir class and I will do well now! Thanks!
Name: Dan
Country: USA Date: Mon Apr 24 04:13:59 2006
Comment: Thank you so much for this website. It it a big help! I am looking for melodic and harmonic dictation tutor exercises. Do you have a web site for that?
Name: Matthew Stacy
Country: U.S. Date: Sun Apr 23 18:25:58 2006
Comment: Thank you for the website it really helped me out.
Name: Terry
Country: USA Date: Thu Apr 13 16:02:57 2006
Comment: love classical and jazz guitar
Name: Macie Doades
Country: U.S Date: Sun Apr 9 15:24:51 2006
Comment: this really helped me alot for my test!!! I didnt understand anything and now I do and I am looking forward to my test...!
Thankyou!!
Name: Earanee
Country: Date: Tue Mar 28 00:27:21 2006
Comment: a perfect 5th can also be the star wars theme. i do year ten music and our entire class thinks that a perfect 5th is easierst to recognise because we all know it sounds like the star wars theme and for some reason that is very memorable
Name: Middas
Country: Australia Date: Mon Mar 6 02:01:40 2006
Comment: Major second = the screaming ish (ahh-ahh-ahhh-ahh) from led zepplins immigrant song.
Name: Kaily
Country: Date: Thu Mar 2 17:59:59 2006
Comment: I think this website helps a lot!
Name: Jacob Winn
Country: USA Date: Fri Feb 17 05:57:09 2006
Comment: This is KOOL!!
Name: Teresa
Country: USA Date: Tue Feb 14 22:25:04 2006
Comment: I feel that the site has really helped me with my confidence in naming intervals. It is nice to have something play the intervals rather than having to rely on using a piano.
Name: Teresa
Country: US Date: Tue Feb 14 13:22:54 2006
Comment: This site helps a lot. I find that I am able to better identify intervals when I think about the songs that are given to represent each interval.
Name: Susan Rhone
Country: USA Date: Mon Feb 13 13:12:11 2006
Comment: The Musical Intervals Tutor website was very helpful, I was able to add a couple more songs to my list, Also, I liked how it let you listen to the intervals in many different ways, such as three different notes, which consists of two intervals. I also liked that it told you how many answers you got wrong and it told you the correct answers.
Name: Cathy K
Country: USA!!!!!! Date: Sat Feb 11 17:07:12 2006
Comment: What an excellent intervals website! The interval tests were especially helpful. I loved how it highlighted the intervals I need to review in order to improve my score on the test. The song suggestions for each interval were very useful as well.
Name: Anna
Country: USA Date: Sat Feb 11 17:02:52 2006
Comment: I found this website extremely helpful with my interval practice. I was able to identify the intervals by listening and singing them.
Name: Nicole F.
Country: USA Date: Sat Feb 11 11:00:10 2006
Comment: This is a great site! Lots of information, thanks so much!
Name: Roxxi ()
Country: usa Date: Tue Jan 31 18:03:19 2006
Comment: thanks for all your hard work you have put into this website. it helped me alot to get into all-state chorus! :)
Name: Stephenie
Country: Canada Date: Sat Jan 21 16:41:42 2006
Comment: This site is awesome- I was having so much trouble with intervals- and the tests are awesome- thank you soooo much!
Name: Rhonda
Country: usa Date: Sun Jan 15 20:39:02 2006
Comment: I teach music and my students and I found this website VERY helpful! Anything that can help make music theory interactive is great. Thank you!!
Name: Paul
Country: U.S. Date: Fri Jan 13 13:05:19 2006
Comment: What you're doing to help others understand the musical language is awsome and greatly appreciated. It's people like you who keep music alive. I think I speak for all musicians when I say, "Thank you for your contribution Madeline."
Name: Laurie Trlak
Country: US Date: Thu Dec 22 14:57:32 2005
Comment: This is a great page. Since leaving college I have often wished I had software similar to what we used at school (MacGAMUT). This fits the bill!
Name: John Loty ()
Country: Australia Date: Sat Dec 10 19:08:28 2005
Comment: Magnificent to see and get the benefit of appreciation and gratitude.
Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to make this lovely contribution to our musical improvement and enjoyment.
Name: Saul
Country: USA Date: Wed Dec 7 20:21:05 2005
Comment: Good site.
Name: Joanne Griffin
Country: Canada Date: Wed Nov 30 15:39:06 2005
Comment: Perfect 5th interval: Star Wars
Minor 6th: When Israel was in Egypt Land (Go Down, Moses)
Name: Sarah
Country: Date: Wed Nov 16 08:33:22 2005
Comment: Great site!!! We use this in my college Ear Training/Sighting Class as a resource. Thank you!! This is an Excellent tool!!
Name: Claire
Country: canada Date: Fri Nov 11 22:24:01 2005
Comment: This site's really good for intervals, its helped heaps. would you be able to put something similar for chords on, with half diminisheds, and dominant 7/sus4s and those sort of chords on as well? that'd be awesome!
Name: Geordie Adair
Country: australia Date: Sun Nov 6 04:51:25 2005
Comment: Just having a look
Name: Dana Sharp
Country: canada Date: Sun Oct 30 22:11:48 2005
Comment: As a singer with no piano background i have always found sight reading as the greatest challenge which holds me back as a musician.
Name: Hillary
Country: United States Date: Mon Oct 24 15:54:17 2005
Comment: I am in Music Theory One in my high school, and ear training is probably the hardest things for me. My teacher suggested this site, and I'm glad that he did! My ear training grade has gone way up because of all the practice that I have been getting! My one suggestion is to add more intervals and such.
Name: Kyle
Country: United States Date: Fri Oct 14 21:31:14 2005
Comment: Yep, I was right, you already have the Star wars suggestion...I concur with all of whom suggested it, it should be one of the examples.
Name: Kyle
Country: United States Date: Fri Oct 14 21:28:55 2005
Comment: This site has helped me a ton, thanks. And in case you didn't get this one already...the star wars theme starts off with a Perfect 5th.
Name: John Franklin ()
Country: USA Date: Thu Oct 13 16:07:23 2005
Comment: Nice ear training! I play clarinet.
I am memorizing the half octaves today.
Like Eb to A or G to C#. There are only
six of them to memorize. I made up some
memory devices. "r" means flat in
"Breeze" and "Era". So that is Bb to E.
And "Era" is Eb to A. Then I used the
letter "o" to mean sharp, and used the
words "God" and "Cog", so G# to D and
C# to G.
Name: Andrew Sanchez
Country: US Date: Tue Oct 11 21:33:06 2005
Comment: thanks i needed the practice for mid term
Name: Sophie
Country: England Date: Sun Oct 9 07:39:30 2005
Comment: this site was very helpful and has helped me alot thanks mate :-)
Name: Brigitte
Country: Canada Date: Sun Oct 2 12:15:08 2005
Comment: Your site has made something that was very hard to learn a lot easier!

Thank you so much!!
Name: anthony
Country: Date: Mon Sep 26 01:38:16 2005
Comment: time is running out by muse has a minor 3rd in the tune
Name: Laura
Country: united states Date: Wed Sep 21 18:36:06 2005
Comment: Thank God i found this page, it helped me so much. I'm gonna audition for a choir and this was definately helping me to prepare for the test. Thanks!!!!!!!
Name: Tommy
Country: Canada Date: Fri Sep 16 13:56:37 2005
Comment: This is a great site that helped me alot. thanks!
Name: Liz
Country: U. S. of A. Date: Tue Sep 6 16:20:16 2005
Comment: I am having a heck of a time in my music classes at school. I'm a freshman in college and am aiming towards a BA in Music Edu. I am technically not in the Conservatory of Music at my school yet, but I'm working on it. I am really lost in my music courses because I had some major schedule changes and came into the classes after they had already learned a lot. This site is helping quite a bit.
Name: Anonymous
Country: USA Date: Mon Aug 8 11:22:12 2005
Comment: For M2: start of a major scale
For M3: arpeggio or 3rd and 4th notes of star spangled banner
Perfect 4th: Phantom of the Opera song or Mexican Hat Dance
Perfect 5th: Superman Theme
M6: A Little Fall of Rain from Les Miserables
m7: Away in a Manger
Name: Anonymous
Country: Canada Date: Fri Aug 5 22:40:19 2005
Comment: Ithik that each interval test should be different so nobody will master the same one.
O yeah .Great site!
Name: Peter ()
Country: Canada Date: Fri Aug 5 07:49:33 2005
Comment: Really useful! Helped me understand Major 7th Intervals quite a bit more. Can you maybe make random tests, or at least several sets please? That way they're much more redo-able.
Name: Elizabeth
Country: Canada Date: Thu Aug 4 21:03:14 2005
Comment: For a tune associated with the perfect 5th, I use the main theme from Star Wars.
Name: Anthony Hamon
Country: UK Date: Mon Aug 1 11:57:52 2005
Comment: Thanks for this site - its a considerable help
Name: Gary ()
Country: USA Date: Thu Jul 28 19:49:20 2005
Comment: A melody for an ascending perfect fifth: the "oh-ee-oh" march/chant sung by the minions of the Wicked Witch of the West, in "The Wizard of Oz". Excellent site!
Name: Greg Passler
Country: USA Date: Sat Jul 16 04:50:52 2005
Comment: What a great site - thank you!
As a music teacher I am going to send my students here to reinforce intervals when we discuss them in lessons.
Name: Kara
Country: USA Date: Fri Jul 8 19:24:49 2005
Comment: I see alot of requests for some cords. I think I'll add my request of a few too! I also see alot of Star Wars fans out there!
Thanks Madiline for providing such a neat web site
Name: Moshe
Country: USA Date: Mon Jul 4 10:48:05 2005
Comment: Another tune for Minor 2nd [half step] is the start of the clarinet glissando in George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".
Name: Kara
Country: Date: Tue Jun 28 11:05:44 2005
Comment: Thanks for providing such a wonderful website!
It has helped me sooo much,by training me to be able to identify any Intervals! It is fun learning this way too!
Name: Roger Minick
Country: USA Date: Mon Jun 27 22:26:41 2005
Comment: This is cool, madeline... You 've gotten some great response.
I love how interactive your site is... Roger
Name: greg parker
Country: USA Date: Sun Jun 26 01:23:20 2005
Comment: Good test! Really tested my musical/aural skills.
Name: luis
Country: ky Date: Sat Jun 25 15:39:00 2005
Comment: wana learn how to play
Name: clay greene
Country: usa Date: Wed Jun 22 07:02:44 2005
Comment: What a wonderful thing to do. Imagine what it would be like if each person in the world did something like this.
Name: Dr Cecilia
Country: Date: Tue Jun 21 13:11:09 2005
Comment: I like the song suggestions - choral audition here we come!
Name: Sal Mazzola
Country: usa Date: Mon Jun 20 18:36:27 2005
Comment: Great site !
Name: Amar
Country: australia Date: Fri Jun 10 06:43:58 2005
Comment: thanx heaps for supplying us budding musicians with training resources like this- awesome job
Name: Ronald Leslie
Country: united states Date: Wed May 25 15:20:51 2005
Comment: Great site,I like the song assocation and color assocation.
Thanks
Ronald Leslie aka Phatdaddy
Name: Lisa
Country: US Date: Thu May 19 16:19:12 2005
Comment: Perfect 5th could be Star Wars and Major 2nd Silent Night.

Love the site by the way!!
~Lisa
Name: Penny Elliott
Country: USA Date: Sun May 15 08:37:51 2005
Comment: Thanks for sharing this site. I will use it a lot teaching my music students at my Elementary school!!
Name: Jack Claff
Country: Australia Date: Thu May 12 21:27:19 2005
Comment: A useful tune for major second descending intervals is "Three Blind Mice". It descends on major seconds.
It is very difficult finding common tunes for minor 6th ascending, minor 6th descending, minor 7th descending and major 7th descending.
Name: Charissa
Country: USA Date: Thu Apr 21 18:46:28 2005
Comment: Go Down Moses, and When Israel Was in Egypt's Land for the minor 6th.

Over There for the major 6th.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow (1st-3rd notes) for the major 7th.
Name: Charissa
Country: USA Date: Thu Apr 21 18:44:56 2005
Comment: I have additional melodies with specific intervals:

Ode to Joy and Joy to the World for the minor second.

Mary Had A Little Lamb and Frere Jacques for the major 2nd.

The Star Spangled Banner for the minor 3rd.

Three Blind Mice, Beethoven's 5th Symphony, and Morning Has Broken for the major 3rd.

Auld Lang Syne, O Come All Ye Faithfull, and Taps for the perfect 4th.

Flintstones Theme and Star Wars Theme for the perfect 5th.

Name: Shelly
Country: usa Date: Tue Apr 19 21:33:04 2005
Comment: More Interval Songs, from a website I can't remember--
Minor 3rd: Jingle Bells, Rockabye Baby
Major 3rd: When the Saints go Marching in
Perfect 5th: Top Gun theme, (descending--The Way you look tonight, It Don 't Mean a Thing, Flintstones theme)
Minor 7th: Have You Driven a Ford Lately (commercial theme)
Major 7th: Superman theme song (may have minor and maj 7ths switched, please check)
Name: Bob Saget
Country: France Date: Tue Apr 19 20:02:14 2005
Comment: This site is so awesome. I love it. Thank you to whoever made it!!!

P.S. I'm Bob Saget.
Name: Blake
Country: Australia Date: Tue Apr 19 15:29:38 2005
Comment: Thankyou for your generosity in putting this great site together. Fantastic tool...
Name: chia
Country: Date: Sat Apr 2 16:38:07 2005
Comment: Major 7th is the beginning of My Imagination from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Name: Zuon
Country: Canada Date: Tue Feb 22 18:36:15 2005
Comment: The minor 6th is also between the 3rd and 4th notes of the main melody of "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin.
Name: Laura
Country: US Date: Tue Feb 22 06:03:03 2005
Comment: minor 7th is also star trek theme song(the original series)
Name: Jeremy Price
Country: France Date: Wed Feb 2 03:24:09 2005
Comment: I've been strumming along for years and am finally trying to make some real progress and realising the importance of intervals. This site is an excellent learning aid.

Thanks!
Name: matt harding
Country: United States Date: Mon Jan 24 15:16:31 2005
Comment: Thank you, A+ !!
Name: Jean
Country: USA Date: Sun Jan 23 21:17:15 2005
Comment: you can use Lullabye for minor 3rd.
Name: JIM KNIGHTS
Country: UK Date: Thu Jan 20 04:33:31 2005
Comment: great site. IM at university doing music and ive got an aural and transcription exam on monday and this site is perfect for revision purposes. Cheers JIM
Name: Alex
Country: US Date: Mon Jan 17 20:08:12 2005
Comment: The Star Wars Theme begins with a perfect 5th.
Name: monilola moore
Country: US Date: Thu Jan 13 19:08:55 2005
Comment: Hi, Im a music major at pensacola unior college. (PJC) I play a number of instrunments such as Bass, Hight Tenor, Low Tenor, Double Tenor, Four Pan, Double Seconds, Tenor Bass, Six Bass, Piano, Guitar, Jimbe, Dun-Dun, Xylaphone; just to name a few. I think this is a great site to help teacher and to enhance ear trainnign. Thanks for opening this great site.
Name: Corpus Christi
Country: Date: Fri Jan 7 16:58:52 2005
Comment: nice site you have but please give help too about the chords
Name: Dr. Paul Croom
Country: USA Date: Wed Jan 5 08:01:27 2005
Comment: Very interesting site. I will use these exercises with my high school theory class as an aid in discussing modes.
Name: Raymond
Country: N. Ireland Date: Tue Dec 28 09:46:14 2004
Comment: I play the guitar and at the moment I am trying to learn the keyboard, but I can't seem to get the hang of intervals. Great site if I could understand intervals.
Name: John Abucewicz
Country: USA Date: Mon Dec 13 10:18:35 2004
Comment: Excellent! I would like to be able to see my test answers along with the correct ones. Other than that, great! I will pass this along to my theory students.
Name: Mike C
Country: USA Date: Fri Nov 26 21:48:55 2004
Comment: Example of song with tritone augmented fourth

The interval at the beginning of the Simpsons theme

The sim----psons
Name: amy weber
Country: us Date: Thu Nov 25 13:27:00 2004
Comment: perfect 5th - "do you hear what i hear"
Name: mel z
Country: Date: Wed Nov 24 12:16:57 2004
Comment: Thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou....

did i mention 'thank you'?
Name: sian whitllock
Country: England Date: Thu Nov 4 09:40:25 2004
Comment: i thought this website was very useful to learn new stuff.
Name: Lauren
Country: USA Date: Wed Sep 15 21:33:23 2004
Comment: this is a great site! it helped me so much when i was studying for my ear training test! thanks!
Name: Im a cool kid!
Country: Date: Sat Sep 11 20:25:20 2004
Comment: I have to admit you are very clever, this site it the best !!
Keep up the wonderful work, but dont forget the CHORDS!
Thanks Hun
cool kid 2004
Name: Spanky:)
Country: USA Date: Sat Sep 11 20:23:45 2004
Comment: YAY something easy, that i can understand! thanks for the coolest not to mention colorfulest Site in the world!! ah Internet world that is!!
I luvya all!!
and like a what others have said! IT's WICKED!
HAH!
thanks again,
Spanky!
Name: Vanessa
Country: usa Date: Sat Sep 11 20:21:21 2004
Comment: THis site is so incredibly cool and great!! it helped me so much!! Thanks a bunch, but could you put chords also. I need to know chords in my band and choir classes i take
Name: Brigette
Country: usa Date: Sat Sep 11 20:08:23 2004
Comment: OH my goodness,this site is simply awesome, and very convient. I am in an advanced choir and this has helped me greatly.
now just by hearing two notes, I can tell what their intervals are!! thanks so mucH!
God bless you all!
Name: Hector R
Country: Mexico Date: Tue Aug 3 16:07:39 2004
Comment: Thank you...
Name: Tracy Coyle ()
Country: USA Date: Mon Jul 19 14:57:24 2004
Comment: We'll use this as a fun instructional segement at our Sweet Adeline Chorus rehearsals. Members will be given your website for a "homework assignment!"
Name: Victoria
Country: USA Date: Wed Jul 7 15:40:29 2004
Comment: This is a great site. Thanks for providing it! It'll be a great resource for my choristers.
Thanks so much!
Name: Lydia
Country: Canada Date: Tue Jul 6 20:11:27 2004
Comment: This is a very good and helpful site. Thank you! A major third up is also "When the Saints go Marching In"
Name: Lydia
Country: Canda Date: Tue Jul 6 20:09:58 2004
Comment: This is a very good and helpful site. Thank you! A major third up is also "When the Saints go Marching In"
Name: Karl
Country: Canada Date: Tue Jun 29 01:17:35 2004
Comment: Cool site here. I'm self-training my ear over my summer break to do better in my intervals tests, the site's really helped.
Name: Nick
Country: Australia Date: Thu Jun 17 23:49:02 2004
Comment: I'm using this sight as a resource for my students and it definitely rocks baby!
Name: Maura
Country: USA Date: Tue Jun 8 17:26:41 2004
Comment: Great site! Will be a great aid to my elementary instrumental groups.
Name: Najite ikpni ()
Country: nigeria Date: Thu May 27 12:48:53 2004
Comment: i love this sight
Name: Patsy Perriwinkle
Country: England Date: Thu May 20 03:12:39 2004
Comment: thanks very much, i suppose repetition is the key with getting good at this. its helped a lot, cheers
Name: Zach
Country: USA Date: Mon Apr 12 07:48:21 2004
Comment: a minor third down is also Hey Jude
Name: Lorraine Hill
Country: Canada Date: Sun Apr 4 04:45:21 2004
Comment: tHIS IS A GREAT SITE, HAS HELPED ME ALOT
Name: Melody ()
Country: USA Date: Mon Mar 22 20:03:01 2004
Comment: This seems like a really helpful site - I liked it a lot.
Name: lisa
Country: Date: Mon Feb 16 16:47:02 2004
Comment: I love this Web site! It is a big help. Can one be built for chord identification? :}
Name: Alexander
Country: Norway Date: Sun Jan 18 19:55:15 2004
Comment: I needed some repe***ion of musical intervals and their English names, and after your "course" I passed all the tests! ;0)
Name: Erica Prigg
Country: United States Date: Wed Jan 14 02:39:33 2004
Comment: I wasn't sure what I was going to gind by typing in music intervals. I didn't know I would find the answer to prayer. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. It will truly help me train my ear to continue doing something I love.
Name: Jacques
Country: USA Date: Fri Dec 12 04:28:17 2003
Comment: STAR WARS FOR PERFECT 5th
Name: joseph dias
Country: U.A.E Date: Wed Dec 10 04:36:30 2003
Comment: God bless you for taking the effort to help those who want to train their ears..and it's free too!simply unbelievable.Please help us "unlock" chords too. Thanks a million.
Name: stu
Country: Date: Sun Nov 16 02:56:51 2003
Comment: thanks, this is a great web site! its really helped me for preperation for my exam tommorrow
Name: Shauna Eaton
Country: Date: Mon Nov 3 17:45:54 2003
Comment: Awesome site!!!!!!!!
Name: Julie
Country: USA Date: Fri Oct 31 13:58:05 2003
Comment: "The Simpsons" theme song is a song for a M7 up.
Name: Liane
Country: USA Date: Thu Oct 30 21:25:56 2003
Comment: I really enjoy the site. Please send me any other sites that can help me with music theory if possible. I am an AP Music student so any help would be greatly appreciated.
Name: Hobo
Country: USA Date: Sun Oct 12 22:22:15 2003
Comment: Major 6th: NBC theme
Name: Aishah
Country: Malaysia Date: Tue Sep 16 12:15:52 2003
Comment: I don't know about this leson,but i think it's great
Name: Miller
Country: Iraq Date: Thu Sep 4 20:17:38 2003
Comment: I love your web site sooooo much please givve me more links and newsletters!!
Name: walker hanckock
Country: america Date: Thu Sep 4 20:16:12 2003
Comment: this was a groovy way to miss class thanks
Name: guhan gowrishankar
Country: India Date: Fri Aug 15 05:41:56 2003
Comment: The presentation of Intervals & Scales is the best for the learners. The animation with sound is very useful to study & understand. The related MIDI numbers can be added bylinking with related web sites.
Name: Sylvia Lampley
Country: USA Date: Wed Jun 18 12:05:36 2003
Comment: This is a great site!
Name: Jonny Walkaway
Country: England (UK) Date: Wed Jun 11 04:39:51 2003
Comment: This Is Wicked!!
Name: Heidi
Country: Canada Date: Mon Jun 2 06:14:44 2003
Comment: my grade nine rcm exam is tomorrow; your site is helping a lot! i think one of your tunes might be wrong -- isn't pop goes the weasel a perfect 4th? also try oh canada for a minor 3rd, doe a deer for a major second, and the star wars theme for a perfect 5th. thanks so much!
Name: Kirsten ()
Country: Canada! Date: Thu May 29 00:26:39 2003
Comment: This site is so great! I couldn't think of a better way to help kids, and adults even, with their interval training! I was struggling along because I don't have a piano and I sing but with this site, I don't need one! Thanks SO much!
Name: Thomas Egleston
Country: United States Date: Tue Mar 25 00:11:34 2003
Comment: Perfect fourth: Amazing Grace
Major sixth: My Wild Irish Rose
Name: donna
Country: USA Date: Fri Mar 21 02:54:54 2003
Comment: add me to your music mailing list
Name: Bradley Elfman
Country: USA Date: Wed Mar 5 03:12:00 2003
Comment: I believe this interval tutor will provide an invaluable part of my learning to play jazz piano and learning to apply music theory in general.
Name: Heather
Country: USA Date: Thu Jan 2 00:38:12 2003
Comment: Perfect, just what I was looking for thanks!
Name: Roy Rustin
Country: US Date: Thu Dec 26 02:30:28 2002
Comment: Major 7th: Maria (West Side Story) Minor 3rd: What Child Is This (var of Greensleeves more familiar to some) Great tool, thanks.
Name: antoine`
Country: usa Date: Wed Dec 4 01:12:17 2002
Comment: my fav interval training site, simple and fast, way to to
Name: clare
Country: canada Date: Sat Oct 12 07:29:50 2002
Comment: just what i needed to study - and so beautifully put together - thank you so much!
Name: gwen weaver
Country: USA Date: Fri Oct 11 03:04:21 2002
Comment: Thank you for this site. It is wonderful for me.
Name: Alicia ()
Country: US of A Date: Tue Oct 8 02:45:52 2002
Comment: Hey, you guys have a fun site - it's very helpful, not to mention colorful! Also I just wanted to let you know that I'm putting a link to it on my school's band website. Thanks!
Name: Erin
Country: USA Date: Tue Oct 1 21:25:48 2002
Comment: Thank you so muck for the help!
Name: Natalie
Country: uk Date: Sat Sep 14 15:03:31 2002
Comment: this is a wicked website. i needed help with my intervals for my GCSE's and I found what i needed. thanxs!
Name: manuel poloc
Country: philippines Date: Fri Aug 9 09:45:07 2002
Comment: i just want to thank you for being there to guide me always, youve been a great help to me..keep it up and more power to your web site..
Name: Bryon Tosoff ()
Country: Canada Date: Fri Jun 28 00:33:40 2002
Comment: A wonderful and very effective site. Great to have
a place to help students develop and improve their ear training.!
Name: Timothy McGuinness ()
Country: Canada Date: Thu Jun 27 22:27:26 2002
Comment: Excellent work. I teach sound design and I'm trying to instill in my students the importance of having a good ear at recognizing intervals. I am going to be giving them this site to help in the development of their ear training. I'm sure this will up the number of 'hits' you receive. Expect the first batch tomorrow.
Name: Sarah
Country: USA Date: Mon Apr 1 19:28:45 2002
Comment: This site was pretty good. I just might add it to my favorites so I can use it later. I know that the name is "The Musical Intervals Tutor" but adding chords would be nice.
Name: Lestat
Country: USA Date: Thu Mar 14 15:15:05 2002
Comment: Hey all this web site rocks!
Name: rossana chiti
Country: italy Date: Mon Mar 11 00:35:08 2002
Comment: very good!
Name: Shannon Patterson
Country: U.S. Date: Mon Dec 17 23:27:53 2001
Comment: This is a great website!
Name: mabel
Country: Hong kong Date: Tue Dec 11 03:49:08 2001
Comment: greaat to me,as i am a musical student. it's good to hv on line practice to train my ears!
Name: Madeline
Country: US Date: Sat Dec 1 00:56:36 2001
Comment: I enjoyed your site.
Name: barry hayden
Country: UK Date: Sat Jul 7 14:09:38 2001
Comment: Taking Grade 4 guitar next week! The interval training, plus twice a week with my tutor, is really getting me sorted out! Thank you for this site.
Name: Vimal Vora ()
Country: United States Date: Sat May 5 02:40:58 2001
Comment: Hi, I'm taking a music theory class at the University of Pennsylvania and found your site really useful. I also sing in an a cappella group called Penn Masala, and I'll suggest they check it out. (-: thanks
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Name: valerie johnson
Country: usa Date: Sat Feb 17 01:24:26 2001
Comment: I am very interested in building my fundamentals,so I can be an outstanding musician to pave my way into the world, at the present time , I am a music major
Name: louis williams
Country: canada Date: Mon Oct 16 02:59:13 2000
Comment: I am a 27 year old with a bosso profundo voice who needs to improve all aspects of theory before I make the move to studying vocal music seriously at a post secondary school level. would like some direction as far as sightreading and ear training
Name: SerenaRae
Country: Canada Date: Sun Jun 25 04:27:26 2000
Comment: I was looking for songs to help my students learn intervals. Thanks, I found some I didn't know already. I saw one you don't have too. For an ascending m3 the opening interval of "O Canada" works!