Dragons_Scale

Dragons_Scale - Listen Again We are going to learn three...

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Exploring Pentatonic Scales All Music © Alan J Currie
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We are going to explore pentatonic music. “Penta” means five, as in pentagon. Pentatonic music is made up of five different notes.
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Here is a pentatonic scale. It can begin on any note. Here we have F sharp (#), so the scale is called F# major pentatonic. Listen Again
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These five note scales are the basis of many forms of music. They use the 1 st , 2 nd , 3 rd , 5 th and 6 th notes of the scale, for example:
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Unformatted text preview: Listen Again We are going to learn three simple pentatonic scales, these are C,F and G. C major pentatonic = C, D, E, G, A. Listen Again F major pentatonic = F, G, A, C, D. Listen Again G major pentatonic = G, A, B, D, E. Listen Again Time to get composing. Use the C major pentatonic scale. Dont be afraid to experiment and experiment with short melodies. Listen carefully to what you create. Record your music!...
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