thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
TUTORIAL ON HOW TO PLAY A MINOR SCALE! to play a minor scale you must
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thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
1- Find the 7th and 8th notes. 2- Raise them a half step. 3- Attempt to play it 1st on B flat 4- Repeat step 3 but on all 12 major scales. 5- Celebrate.
OnePieceFTW
  • OnePieceFTW
So for a c major scale, by your logic would change the root (1st and 8th) to B and the 7th, A to A#. When the scale is actually C D D# F G G# B
OnePieceFTW
  • OnePieceFTW
Bb not B

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rvc
  • rvc
Good :)
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
Yah @OnePieceFTW thats correct!
OnePieceFTW
  • OnePieceFTW
I feel like I made a fool of myself though. I wrote down the intervals on paper and messed it up. It's C D Eb F G# A Bb. What did you mean by raising the 7th and 8th?
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
you raise them a half step. every other note is played normal but the 7th and 8th is raised a half step
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is this for the piano?
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
for any instrument. It doesn't matter which. you do the same thing.
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
or as far as I know.
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
It may be diff for piano, but IDK cause I play French horn.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, i just recently bough a piano and well i couldn't afford piano lessons after that so yeah i know nothing
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
http://www.halleonard.com/bin/MiscEducationalKeyboardTeacherguide1.pdf look at this. I think it may have a few tips, oh and to begin learning scales, learn major scales first. Minor scales are for when you know your majors.
thepotatoking81
  • thepotatoking81
http://www.pianolessons.com/ this might also help.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it doesnt matter what the instrument is scales are the same intervals for all of the whether it be french horn or piano.
k_lynn
  • k_lynn
Great job!
k_lynn
  • k_lynn
I'm teaching myself to play piano, so this was very useful. Thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
(This is cool) lol

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