In the next lesson you will hear either a Perfect 4th or a Perfect 5th played harmonically as a chord and you will play it on your instrument.
Here are examples of both a Perfect 4th, and a Perfect 5th.
|Perfect 4th – Chord|
|Perfect 5th – Chord|
Remember that 4ths and 5ths sound similar because they are inversions.
That means if you turn a Perfect 4th upside down, you get a Perfect 5th.
If you have trouble hearing the difference between the two, imagine the notes are being played one at a time.
Please press the Exercise button below.