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# Music Theory for Beginners

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6. How to Build a Major Scale
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In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer EDUcation demonstrates how to write out the G major and D-flat major scales by simply following the scale rules.

In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer EDUcation demonstrates how to write out the G major and D-flat major scales by simply following the scale rules.

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7. Understanding Musical Intervals
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In this brief lesson, Dominik Schirmer discusses the use of hertz to measure sound and how the ratios between frequencies create musical intervals.

In this brief lesson, Dominik Schirmer discusses the use of hertz to measure sound and how the ratios between frequencies create musical intervals.

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8. Understanding Diatonic Intervals
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In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer introduces the intervals between every note in a diatonic musical scale, explaining how they relate to each other.

In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer introduces the intervals between every note in a diatonic musical scale, explaining how they relate to each other.

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9. Practicing Diatonic Intervals
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In this simple lesson, Dominik Schirmer demonstrates the different intervals between the notes of a C major musical scale by counting the semitone steps.

In this simple lesson, Dominik Schirmer demonstrates the different intervals between the notes of a C major musical scale by counting the semitone steps.

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10. Identifying Intervals with Accidentals
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In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer demonstrates a method of identifying the intervals modified by accidentals that change the distance between musical notes.

In this lesson, Dominik Schirmer demonstrates a method of identifying the intervals modified by accidentals that change the distance between musical notes.

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