Minor Scale on the Piano

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:09 AM , have 1 comment
In the major and minor scales have the same scales, but these minor scales starting with the 6th floor. Then the 6th floor of the major scale is the basis of minor scales:

level scales: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7-8
                   c - d - e - f - g - a - b - c
                                             a - b - c - d - e -f - g - a
                                            1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 -7 - 8 : level scales

Scales is called the original minor scales and small terts between tones to-1 and the third is the most important trait. When compared to the major scale it would place distance -1 / 2 fallen differently, so no tone that would lead to a fundamental tone. So this deficiency can be equipped with a voice coach to make "artificial", ie to raise the tone-7, then there is a longer distance -1 / 2 between the tone of the 7th and the 8th.
minor scale
Stairs tone is called harmonic minor scales. One thing that must be considered and the most important in the harmonic minor scales is the second-over that exists between the 6th and 7th (f - gis) caused by rising the to-7. So the second-over, the difficult sung, the longer there is a another minor scales, where the tone of the six raised to avoid stepping second-over.
stepping minor scale

Tone supervisor is an attractive force when the scales go up, then when the scales decreases, changes in tone to the 6th and 7th eliminated. So, if it scales down will be the original minor scales:

kwint major minor

Bright scales, occurs because the need is called melodic minor scales, and of particular concern is someone going up and down a different tone. Every major scale has a parallel minor scales (relatively minor). Base notes of minor scales are located down a small terts major tones (remember to tone-6). Then circle Kwint can be refined, so that the more clearly the relationship between each other.

In writing the sign changes, it should be noted that the signs of change scales with minor changes mark major scale parallel. To determine the scales of a composition always be aware of the bass notes (the lowest tone) on closed chord.

Samuel Kurnianta
Minor Scale on the Piano - written by Samuel Kurnianta , published at 2:09 AM, categorized as Education Music , Musical Instruments , Piano , Scales . And have 1 comment
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