Name : To form a certain major or perfect interval above a given note , think of the given note as the tonic of a major scale and write an upper note…

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Name :To form a certain major or perfect interval above a given note ,think of the given note as the tonic of a major scale and write anupper note that’s a member of that same scale . The number in thelabel ( the &quot; distance &quot; ) will tell you which scale degree to write .If you’re given this , for example …O+ M3… you’re looking for the third scale degree in D major . Using the whole – andhalf – step sequence of this scale , or drawing from your knowledge of key signa -tures , you can determine that the upper note is FA :M3It’s also possible to calculate intervals using half -step sizes . You know that theM3 spans four half steps , so to find a M 3 above D, count four half steps higherthan D :count HI steps :&quot;24If you use this method , just be sure to spell the upper note correctly . In thiscase , the upper note is spelled as FA, not Gb. A note on the G line is the wrongD major scale .distance above D , and Gb is not the correct spelling of the third degree in theHere again are the half- step sizes of the perfect and major intervals :&quot;PLM 2M 31 41 )OMO2M745PO61112216LESSON 13 : INTERVAL BASICS