Reference scales

Major and Minor scales

Harmonic first; then melodic - one octave ascending and descending from each keynote

Chromatic example scale

Moving in semitones or half tones

Whole Tone example scale

Used extensively by Debussy

Pentatonic example scales

Often found in Celtic Music

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Major Scales and Minor (harmonic and melodic) Scales

On A Flat / G Sharp

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On A

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On B Flat

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On B

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On C Sharp / D Flat

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On C

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On D

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On E Flat / D Sharp

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On E

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On F Sharp / G Flat

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On F

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On G

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Chromatic Scale

On F Sharp

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Whole Tone Scale

On C Sharp

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On C 

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Pentatonic Scale

F Sharp

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Scales: explanations and background

Wikipedia offers excellent explanations and background for scales - we recommend these entries:


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