Music Tech Teacher, Music Intervals Melodic and Harmonic, Unison to Octave

Music Tech Teacher Help with Intervals, Octaves and Unison. Our students learn to read, write, compose, play and publish music in our music technology classes.

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Music Tech Lab at Green Acres

Students are practicing music on the keyboards in our lab at Green Acres.

Music Tech Lab at Green Acres

Students are practicing music on the keyboards in our lab at Green Acres.

Music Tech Lab at Green Acres

Students are practicing music on the keyboards in our lab at Green Acres.

Music Tech Lab at Green Acres

Students are practicing music on the keyboards in our lab at Green Acres.

Music Tech Students

Students are practicing music on the keyboards in our lab at Green Acres.

Music Tech Students

Students like to use their Noteflight.com accounts and Synthesia to compose and play music.

Music Tech Students

Students are having fun preparing for a music program.

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Music Intervals - Harmonic and Melodic



An interval is the distance in pitch between two notes. Scroll down the page to see and hear intervals played from unison to an octave. Intervals that are played together are harmonic. Intervals that are played separately are melodic. Worksheets with harmonic and melodic intervals are posted on the Worksheets page.

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