There’s More to Playing the Piano
Chapter 7 - Intervals (Part 1)
An interval is the distance from one note to another. The smallest interval that can be played on the piano is known as a semitone (e.g. C --> C#). The distance of two semitones (e.g. C --> D) is a tone. If you play the first note of a scale and also play the second note, we say that you are playing a second. If you play the first note of a scale and also play the third note, we say that you are playing a third. We...
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