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Sharon Bill Author & Music Tutor

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



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Eb (E Flat) Minor 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) Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Bb (B Flat) Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this F Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this C Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this G Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this D Minor 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 Sharp Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this G# (G Sharp) Minor 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 Sharp Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this C# (C Sharp) Minor 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 Sharp Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this F# (F Sharp) Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this B Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this E Minor 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 Minor Scales: similar and contrary motion



Scales are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this A Minor 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.

The Melodic Minor Scale: A Beginners Music Theory Lesson



A beginners music theory lesson on the melodic minor scale. This scale increases in complexity from the natural minor scale and the harmonic minor scale by changing in form as it ascends and descends. It is applicable to any instrument and also for singing.

Here I simply explain the process of construction of the relative minor scale in its melodic minor form and demonstrate it easily on the piano keyboard.

The Harmonic Minor Scale: A Beginners Music Theory Lesson



A beginners music theory lesson on the harmonic minor scale. This scale increases in complexity from the natural minor scale by adding accidentals in addition to a key signature. It is applicable to any instrument and also for singing.

Here I simply explain the process of construction of the relative minor scale in its harmonic minor form and demonstrate it easily on the piano keyboard.

The Natural Minor Scale: A Beginners Music Theory Lesson



A beginners music theory lesson on the natural minor scale. This is the most basic minor scale and forms the basis for all other minor scales.It is applicable to any instrument and also for singing.

Here I simply explain the process of construction of the relative minor scale in its natural minor form and demonstrate it easily on the piano keyboard.