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Interval Dictation

P4, a4, d5, P5

Listen to the Above Intervals 

Since enharmonic notes sound exactly the same, some intervals have different names. C to F# and C to Gb are two different intervals that sound exactly the same. While the two intervals can be visually identified, they cannot be distinguished aurally.

On aural only exercises call this tritone interval a diminished fifth.

Today's Interval Dictation has sixteen visual and aural examples that contain Perfect 4ths, Augmented 4ths, diminished 5ths and Perfect 5ths.

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