Elaborate techniques on how to play scales and tritone depend on practical methods you use.
Finger marks in the major scale
If the gamut from the white notes:
Right up, left down: 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 (or 5, when turning)
Right scales F, and left scales B: 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 (or 4, when turning)
If the gamut from the black keys:
Right up, left down: after the black notes, white notes are played with the first finger of unity (thumb).
Finger marks in the minor scales:
1. If the gamut from the white notes: then, finger marks with white notes in the major scale.
2. If the scales ranging from black note: the same with the black keys on a major scale.
Ais harmonic minor scales, where the tone gisis (white notes) was applied to the finger-3, not finger-1.
- fis within octave melodic minor
- fis-melodic minor is terts
- cis within octave melodic minor
- cis melodic minor is terts
- gis / as-melodic minor is sekst (flips down time)
- f melodic minor is sekst (rise time flipping)
The image above shows the "normal finger", apart from the kind of finger marks on the top, there are two finger marks, namely:
Similar finger marks
Finger marks is more difficult, since this finger sign is based on the same finger, so that the black keys are also played with the thumb. To make it easier to play well in the major or minor scales, then played with the same finger marks:
right up, left down: 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 (or 5)
Natural finger marks
Sign is based on the position of a finger or fingers of each hand. For example: D major scales, simple and suitable for the right hand, but the left hand does not, more logical if the left hand is also used in finger marks like this:
Apart from the above alternatives, there is still a kind of relief, that if the scales or tritone start with black keys and white keys keys are played next to curry the 3rd or the 4th. So likewise the reversal, the left hand can play a tone reversal with finger-2, although in previous octaves keys must be played with the third finger, or the fourth, ie Es major scales.