How to build a Major Scale?

how to build a major scale

Here we will learn how to build major scales. Remember, a half step (H) is the distance between two adjacent keys on a piano keyboard, and it is the smallest musical interval in music. A whole step is the distance equal to two half steps. Use the following major scale formula to build the major scales: W – W – […]

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A Flat Major Scale

a flat major scale

A Flat Major Scale (A♭ Major Scale) A♭ – B♭ – C – D♭ – E♭ – F – G – A♭ are the notes of A Flat Major Scale. Notes of the A Flat Major Scale on a piano keyboard and in ascending order on a staff: A Flat Major Key Signature The key signature of A flat major […]

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E Flat Major Scale

e flat major scale

E Flat Major Scale (E♭ Major Scale) E♭ – F – G – A♭ – B♭ – C – D – E♭ are the notes of the E flat major scale. Notes of the E Flat Major Scale on a piano keyboard and in ascending order on a staff: E Flat Major Key Signature The key signature of E flat major scale […]

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B Flat Major Scale

b flat major scale

B Flat Major Scale (B♭ Major Scale) B♭ – C – D – E♭ – F – G – A – B♭ are the notes of the B flat major scale. Notes of the B Flat Major Scale on a piano keyboard and in ascending order on a staff. B Flat Major Key Signature The key signature of B flat major […]

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F Major Scale

f major scale

F Major Scale F – G – A – B♭ – C – D – E – F are the notes of the F major scale. Notes of the F Major Scale on a piano keyboard and in ascending order on a staff: F Major Key Signature The key signature of F major scale has only one B♭. F major scale is the […]

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