This series of twelve pages presents the build-up to reliably playing the twelve major scales with two hands over one octave.
The series link in the RH nav is "The Twelve Major Scales". Use the table below to access the twelve major keys.
Three sharps: F#, C# and G#.
RH: A Group 1 scale; a group of three notes and a group of five.
LH: A Group 2 scale; a group of five notes and a group of three.
Work up to a reliable performance by following the video below.
The sharp keys G, D, A and E have the same fingering pattern - RH Gp1/LH Gp 2. All you have to remember is the substitution of black keys for white keys according to the key signature.
Scale Practice Patterns (SPPs)
Scale-tone practice patterns
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