Welcome back to our series on clarinet scales! In this video, Cassidy will teach out how to play the Eb minor scale on clarinet.
If the numbers are right, the sound will be right. The piano can be thought of as a numbers machine, a calculator if you like. Think in terms of shapes, patterns and numbers. Encompassing these three aspects is the musical interval
It’s time to get familiar with the C Scale. Doing so will ensure you are able to play songs that are in the Key of C. Once again, it is a simple scale that doesn’t take much work at first, but the key is to memorize it and play it at comfortable speeds.
Put up with it just a little bit longer with the country scale key of G and by the end of this video, you can play along with Todd Hobin on another video
No one likes to practice scales, but here are five ways to change up your routine, challenge yourself, and maybe even have some fun in the process.
A scale is a collection of pitches that follows a set pattern of ascending or descending intervals. A major scale, for example, may start on any note, as long as the subsequent notes follow the appropriate pattern of whole steps and half steps. The same is true of minor scales—but with a different pattern of steps, of course.