1)solo piano: toca en el piano el intervalo de segunda menor y el de segunda mayor. c – db;  c - d
2)toca y canta simultáneamente  esos intervalos.
3)canta esos intervalos sin piano.

haz el mismo proceso con las terceras:
tercera menor: c - eb;  tercera mayor: c – e

el mismo proceso con las cuartas:
cuarta justa :c – f ;  cuarta aumentada o trítono: c – f#.

el mismo proceso con las quintas: c – g.

una vez que eres capaz de cantar con seguridad todos esos intervalos con voz sola (sin piano), explora otras tonalidades.

es la forma mas sencilla para desarrollar un oído relativo y reconocer los intervalos escuchando una melodía.

aquí tienes trabajo para mucho tiempo… una vez creas dominarlo puedes ampliar tu gama de intervalos en esta forma:
canta c, luego g…  a partir de g la segunda menor: g -  ab; luego canta: c – g – ab y  enseguida g – ab y estarás cantando una sexta menor.
canta la segunda mayor: g – a;  luego c – g – a y y después c – a  y estás cantando una sexta.
partiendo de g canta la tercera menor: g – bb ;
y la tercera mayor: g – b
así para cantar el intervalo c – bb (en c7) canta: c – g – bb
y luego canta: c – bb… estás cantando un intervalo de séptima sin piano.
en cmaj7: canta c – g – b; luego canta: c – b un intervalo de difícil entonación, la séptima mayor.

estos ejercicios son definitivos en tu entrenamiento auditivo.
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