|Author||Topic: writing scales on staff|
|posted: 9/21/2005 at 3:41:10 PM ET|
Need to know what following scales look like written out on staff:
Treble; D major, F sharp major, A flat major.
Bass; B major, E flat major.
Thanks, Am musically challenged but need to meet a humanitites requirement.
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|posted: 9/21/2005 at 4:04:22 PM ET|
sorry, i can't help you with that but i'm sure pete will be able to help you, he has a great knowledge of music!!
|posted: 9/21/2005 at 7:15:08 PM ET|
Take a look at Music Education@DataDragon.com,you will see it in a little box to the left. and click on Clefs - you will see one of the scales there - they may have the ones you need, I really didn't take a close look.
Hope this gets you started. Also listed are links to other learning sites. It's easier to see the scales written than to write about them, at least it is for me. Let us know how you make out
|posted: 9/21/2005 at 9:29:27 PM ET|
If Data Dragon isn't helpful, try www.teoria.com. Look at the sharps or flats on the left of the first measure of music, and where all the sharps or flats are, that is a sharp or flat note. Any other notes are naturals, and all these notes make up that particular scale. Good luck.
I am a fragment of my imagination
|posted: 9/21/2005 at 10:34:37 PM ET|
Glad you suggested Teoria, it's a good site and for some reason just couldn't remember the name - guess a senior moment - thanks