Scales

THE SCALES
Learn the various scales that provide the foundation for reading and writing music.  Be sure to click on the link for more information and a full size video.

Notes with the Red Outline represent a Sharp or Flat of the current note.  When in a Key Signature notes within the bars will not have a Sharp or Flat symbol, but are implied and played as a Sharp or Flat in all octaves.

Video C Major Scale
C Major scale has no flats or sharps.
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Video G Major Scale
G Major scale has one sharp, the F-sharp.
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Video D Major Scale
D Major scale has two sharps, the F-sharp and the C-sharp.
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Video A Major Scale
A Major scale has three sharps, F-sharp, C-sharp and G-sharp.
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Video E Major Scale
E Major scale has three sharps, F-sharp, C-sharp, G-sharp and D-sharp.
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Video B Major Scale
B Major scale has four sharps, F-sharp, C-sharp, G-sharp, D-sharp and A-sharp.
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Video F-sharp Major Scale
F-sharp Major scale in 1/4 notes.
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Video C-sharp Major Scale
C-sharp Major scale in 1/4 notes.
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Video F Major Scale
F Major Scale in 1/4 Notes
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