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A scale of all half steps, the chromatic scale (Lessons 1.4, 2.1, 7.2).
contains twelve different notes (excluding the repetition of the first
note at the endx seven white keys and five black keys. When you're
notating consecutive half steps to form a chromatic scale, make sure you write
seven notes without accidentals (white keys) and five notes with accidentals
(black keys). The black keys can all be nocared as sharped notes:
. . . or the black keys can all be notated as flatted notes:
In either case, the scale alternates natural notes with sharped or flatted notes
except for the two places in the octave where white keys aren't separated by a
black key: between E and F, and between B and C. At those places (bracketed
above), make sure you notare two natural notes in a row.
J. Write ascending chromatic scales starting on the given notes. Notate
black keys using sharps or flats as specified.
1.
(sharps for Wack keys)
9
2
flaws for black key)
3
(sharps for black keys)
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(sharps for black keys)
flats for black keys)
flats for black Argh.
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7.
(sharps for black keys)
(sharps for Black beja)
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