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This interval is a minor seventh. It is one tone smaller than an octave. So it is also one semitone smaller than a major seventh.
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Minor seventh Minor seventh
An octave minus a tone equals a minor seventh
            Sing some minor sevenths. Then sing some major sevenths to compare the two intervals.
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Major seventh
 On the staff on the right, write a note that is a major seventh higher than the one shown. Sing this interval at a comfortable octave.
      On the staff on the left, write a note that is a minor seventh higher than the one shown. Sing this interval at a comfortable octave.
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Minor seventh
       With your choir or in a group, think of a tune that contains a major seventh or one that contains an octave leap upwards followed by a semitone downwards. Then think of a tune that contains a minor seventh (or an octave leap upwards followed by a tone downwards). Write the names of the tunes here.
 Major seventh
Minor seventh
      Link these intervals in order of size. Start with the smallest.
   Minor sixth
Perfect fourth
Perfect fifth
Octave Minor
Major seventh
Major third
Major second
     seventh
third
Major sixth
Minor
Semitone
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