Piano scales that are good for beginers?

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  • Major scales are basic to your understanding of musical keys and are the scales that most piano students learn first. Most everyone agrees that the scale that should be learned and mastered first is the C Major Scale. The C Major Scale is the scale that most who have studied the piano traditionally learn first.

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Most piano teachers require their students to learn the 12 major scales in the following order: C-Major G-Major D-Major A-Major E-Major B-Major F-Major F-Sharp/G-Flat Major C-Sharp/D-Flat Major A Sharp/B-Flat Major D-Sharp/E-Flat Major G-Sharp/A-Flat Major

Piano scales for ABSOLUTE beginners. Here we go! Grab a coffee and join me in real time as we tick off the essentials and tackle your very first piano scale....

Gb Major Piano Scale With Fingering Notes for Gb Major scale are Gb Ab Bb Cb (B) Db Eb F and the fingering used is 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2. Notice that this scale uses six flat notes that is Bb, Eb,Ab,Db,Gb and Cb (B). Note Cb is B note.

Major Pentatonic scales are, in actuality, just a Major scale with 5 notes. The Major Pentatonic scale is notes (or ‘degrees’) 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 of the regular major scale – making it just a major scale without degrees 4 and 7. In the key of C, the Major Pentatonic scale would be C D E G A, for example.

To get all the notes of the scale – Start on the given note then use the W – W – H – W – W – W – H pattern [W – whole step, H – half step] All 12 major scales use that pattern. To get the major chord – Get the 1 st , 3 rd , and 5 th notes of the scale.

Scales are the fundamentals of any Piano Learning Course. In this Guide, we will cover Piano Scales in depth and cover all Major Scales, Minor Scales, Tones, Semi-tones, Chromatic scales briefly.

Exactly which scales you should focus upon will depend on the musical styles that interest you. But generally, a good advice is to learn the Major Scale considering how common it is in piano music. Important to study is also the Minor Scale which exist in three different versions – the natural, the harmonic and the melodic.

Scales develop co-ordination between the two hands. Scales help develop finger strength. Scales help to improve a pupil’s keyboard geography. Scales help students develop a strong sense of rhythm, articulation and speed, which are all important for playing the piano.

As a complete beginner, I would recommend that you take at least a couple of lessons from a good teacher. I self-taught on guitar and bass but I had bad technique and ended up injuring my hands as a result, something that never happened to me when I learned piano from a teacher.

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