‘A’ Minor Scale Positions (Natural) – Piano Tutorials

Notes:  A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4, E-5, F-6, G-7, A-8

Since it is a ‘A’ minor scale obviously ‘A’ will be first note, how to find the remaining notes ?

The simple formula which is used for any natural minor scale:

Tone-Semi tone-Tone-Tone-Semi tone-Tone-Tone (T-S-T-T-S-T-T)

What do you mean by Tones and Semi tones?

Tone (whole step) – If there is a one key between two notes, then the distance between those two notes is Tone or Whole step.

Eg: from A to B is a Tone or Whole step

Semi tone (half step) – If there are no keys between two notes, then the distance between those two notes is Semi tone or Half step

Eg: from B to C is a Semi tone or Half step (Immediate keys)

'A' Minor Scale Positions

 

‘A’ Minor Scale Positions – Video Tutorials



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