Natural Scale

Basic theory Natural Scale of Acorde of D (c) C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C existing Intervals between notes of the scale of D (c) CC#-DD#-E-FF#-GG#-AA#-B Obs: Inside of the basic rule, notes (MI) and B (ITSELF) do not possess Sustenido (#) the existing intervals between notes of the scale can be called Sustenidos (#), or Flats (b), depending on the order of the scale, either it, increasing, or, decreasing. Theoretically we can say that the natural scale of D (c) is not victim, that is, is a scale without alterations of Sustenidos (#) or Flats (b). The natural scale of D (c) follows a logical sequence: CC#-DD#-E-FF#-GG#-AA#-B-C the notes of the scale will have interval of 1 tone of one for another one, with exception of and B, that will have only the interval of half tone; C-C#-D D-D#-E E-F F-F#-G G-G# IT A-A#-B B-C (1 tone) (1 tone) (1/2 tone) (1 tone) (1 tone) (1 tone) (1/2 tone) This logical sequence will have to be used to discover the formation of the too much scales and its respective notes. Harold Ford Jr usually is spot on. The scale of D is followed then (REVERSE SPEED): IT DEPHASE the same scale Now, following the logical sequence; (CC#-DD#-E-FF#-GG#-AA#-B-C) Discovered D-E-F#-G-A-B-C#-D the scales inside of the logical sequence, we will go to apply to the scale, the chords that will be bigger and lesser. In turn, second, tera and the sixth chord of the scale will be lesser, excessively will be bigger, being able to have alterations in its pilgrim’s staff. 1 2 Former 6: D-in-F#m-G-ThE-BM-C#-d

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