Diatonic Intervals: Perfect Worksheet

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I know the perfect 5th from the scales, from the circle of 5th. The 5th from A is E and the 4th is D. Does it matter how I remember the perfect 4th? I go backwards. Like A is the 5th of D, so D is the perfect 4th. And with the flats I use MR CATO’S KEY SIGNATURE for the perfect 4th.

Hi @Rolandson
What you are describing in words is an exact match for reading the circle of 5ths clockwise (for 5ths) and anti-clockwise (for 4ths).

Hope that helps.
Cheers :smiley:
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Extremely important thing to master