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1-7 (Intro & Pitch) +
8-18 (Major Scale) -
9: Major Scale 1-2-3
19-29 (Chord Progressions) +
30-34 (Hook Chords) +
35-41 (Written Notes) +
42-50 (Song Chorus) +

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Lesson 9: Major Scale 1-2-3

This lesson teaches the major scale (the first 3 degrees).

Before taking this lesson, you should know what a scale is, from Lesson 8: Scales.

The rule for the first three degrees of a major scale is simple: they're each a whole-step apart:

1
whole-
step
2
whole-
step
3

Here are some examples of the 1-2-3 degrees of some major scales:

1 2 3
G♭ major scale 1-2-3: G♭-A♭-B♭

1 2 3
"A" major scale 1-2-3: A-B-C♯

1 2 3
B♭ major scale 1-2-3: B♭-C-D

Next:
Practice these scale degrees in Lesson 10: Major 1-2-3 Games.

Lessons

1-7 (Intro & Pitch) +
8-18 (Major Scale) -
9: Major Scale 1-2-3
19-29 (Chord Progressions) +
30-34 (Hook Chords) +
35-41 (Written Notes) +
42-50 (Song Chorus) +

Detailed Contents

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