Recently, I came to learn about “INTERVALS” in my course and I don’t understand how to differentiate between major note and minor note while I was doing some exercises in this website provided by the course…
I know it’s a simple for some people but, I’ll be glad if I can get some help here.
Best answer by ansakoy
@Nt3603 yes, the interval between D and F (within the same octave) is a minor third. And so will be the interval between D-flat and F-flat or D-sharp and F-sharp. It doesn’t matter in which scale you see these two notes. What matters is the distance. The distance is measured in tones and semi-tones.