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# Solfege - ear training for GNOME
# Copyright (C) 2006 Tom Cato Amundsen
# License is GPL, see file COPYING
# this lesson file created by Davide Bonetti

header {
    lesson_id = "0601ffa0-52c9-11db-9d84-2682ce00eb94"
  module = idbyname
  random_transpose = no
  title = _("Major Scale and its modes - recognize with only few notes")
  lesson_heading = _("Three notes are enough to recognize the mode")
  have_repeat_slowly_button = yes
  have_music_displayer = yes
  fillnum = 4
  filldir = horiz
  help = "scales"
  theory = "scales/maj"
}
tempo = 240/4

include("include/sc-master")
# This lesson uses variables included in "include/sc-master" version 1.11

question { name = maj1n  voice(maj1cpx) }
question { name = maj2n  voice(maj2cpx) }
question { name = maj3n  voice(maj3cpx) }
question { name = maj4n  voice(maj4cpx) }
question { name = maj5n  voice(maj5cpx) }
question { name = maj6n  voice(maj6cpx) }
question { name = maj7n  voice(maj7cpx) }