Major Scale (Part 1)

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 1:57 AM , have 0 comments
C Major Scale (Natural)
C Major Scale
Scales above there are two tetrachord. The first Tetrachord CDEF, and the second tetrachord GAB C.

G Major Scale (1 #)

To form the new scales, the second tetrachord becomes the first tetrachord then proceed with the next pitch intervals as prescribed.
G Major Scale
G A B C became the first tetrachord of the next tone was followed DEF G. Tone E to F is a half tone when the distance to the 6 to 7 is 1 so that the tone should be increased to 7 ½, so the distance to 1.

As for the distance F to G of the original one, after F becomes Fis distance to ½, Such notation above. Since in G major scales are 1 tone given the tone F sharp sign, the scales are also called first sharp scales.

D Major Scale (2 #)

To form the next scales, are the same with the manufacture of scales above. Tetrachord to two of the G major scales, namely: DE Fis G became the first tetrachord.

D Major Scale
D E Fis G became the first tetrachord of the next tone was followed A B C D. Tone B to C is a half tone when the distance to the 6-to 7 is 1 so that the tone should be increased to 7 ½, so the distance to 1.

C to D while the distance of the original one, after being Cis C distance becomes ½., Such as the notation above. Because in D major scales there are 2 sharps alert tone given the tone of F and C, then the scales are also called scales 2 sharps.

A Major Scale (3 #)
A Major Scale

E Major Scale (4#)
E Major Scale

B Major Scale (5#)
B Major Scale
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