Minute a Day Music Theory Stage 4 Lesson 1

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A TRIAD is a chord with three notes, built from thirds. The three notes are called the root, the third (whose interval is a third above the root), and the fifth (whose interval is a third above the third and a fifth above the root).

Here is a triad on C in the treble clef.

                                     C                  E              G
     Click the play arrow twice.

Here is a triad on C in the bass clef.

                                    C              E               G
     Click the play arrow twice.

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