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If you play minor thirds in sucession, you must play four in the same direction to reach the next octave up or down.

Play four minor thirds up in succesion to reach an octave higher.

Play four minor thirds down in succession to reach an octave lower.

Play ascending minor thirds up starting a half step higher for each interval.

Play descending minor thirds down starting a half step lower for each interval.

Play minor thirds up in random order.

Last update: Friday, October 22, 1999 at 6:03 PM.