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The Major Scale
Called the learning scale for a reason. The major scale is a great scale for learning how music and chords work. It’s a core scale from which a majority of your core, essential scales can be derived.
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For learning the names of the chord tones of all your chords, the major scale is the scale used.
There are 15 Major scales/keys: C , G , D , A , E , B , F♯ , C♯ , F , B♭ , E♭ , A♭ , D♭ , G♭ , C♭ . YES, fifteen (15) NOT just the twelve – the three Enharmonic Equivalent scales: B/C♭, C♯/D♭, F♯,G♭, although not common keys they are essential scales and need to be mastered.
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