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16: Major Triad Games


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Lesson 16: Major Triad Games

You learned about major triads in Lesson 15: Chords: Major Triads, but you need to know them well before you go on. So play these practice games until they're easy, and keep coming back to them until they stay easy.

This first game gives you a piano keyboard to click:

Click the notes in a chord:

1 3 5
Root:



In the next game, you have just the pitch names, no keyboard. This can be a lot harder:

Click the notes in a
chord:
Root:
C♭ C C♯
B♭ B B♯
A♭ A A♯
G♭ G G♯
F♭ F F♯
E♭ E E♯
D♭ D D♯
C♭ C C♯
B♭ B B♯
A♭ A A♯
G♭ G G♯
F♭ F F♯
E♭ E E♯
D♭ D D♯
C♭ C C♯


When these games are easy for you, you're ready to go on to Lesson 17: Minor Triads.

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Lessons

1: Introduction
2: Teaching Yourself
3: Pitch & Keyboard
4: Pitch Names
5: Letters Game
6: Sharps & Flats
7: Half-Steps
8: Whole-Steps
9: Steps Game
10: Scales
11: Major Scale 1-2-3
12: Major 1-2-3 Games
13: Major Scale 1-5
14: Major 1-5 Games
15: Chords: Major Triads
16: Major Triad Games
17: Minor Triads
18: Minor Triad Games
19: Major Scale 1-8
20: Major Scale Games
21: Scales Above 8
22: What Next
23: Keys
24: Roman Numeral Chords
25: Diatonic Triads
26: Using Diatonics
27: 7th Chords
28: 7ths Games
29: Treble Staff
30: Treble Staff Game
31: Melody: Chord Tones
32: Pitch & Frequency

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