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Sharon Bill Author & Music Tutor

Gb (G Flat) Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Gb (G flat) Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Db (D Flat) Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Db (D flat) Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Ab (A Flat) Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Ab (A flat) Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Eb (E Flat) Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Eb (E flat) Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Bb (B Flat) Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Bb (B flat) Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

F Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this F Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

B Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this B Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

E Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this E Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

A Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this A Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

D Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this D Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

G Major Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this G Major Scale music lesson I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

C Major Scales: Beginners Fingering and Performance Tips Music Lesson



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. C Major scale is the first scale to practise and I show you hands separately, hands together in similar motion and also in contrary motion over two octaves. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method with practical tips on posture. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

The Construction of the Major Scale: A Beginners Music Theory Lesson



The Major Scale is constructed from a pattern of Tones and Semitones/Wholes Steps and Half Steps. Here it is simply explained showing basic music theory and putting it into practise, demonstrated on the piano so you can easily work out any major scale or key signature.

I hope you enjoy my beginners music theory lesson. Check out my previous lesson explaining Semitones and Tones/Half Steps and Whole Steps.