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A Major Scale

Practice playing the G Major Scale.

L10A-Playing the A Major Scale with the Right Hand (RH)

L10B-Playing the A Major Scale with the Left Hand (LH)

L10C-Playing the A Major scale with Both Hands (BH)

***Focus on the thumb, middle, and ring finger movement.

Watch as I play the A Major Scale for you.





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Lesson 10 - Learning the A Major Scale—Posted July 15, 2011


1.  Identify the notes for the A Major Scale.

2.  Play the notes for the A Major Scale.

What are we reaching for?  To play all 12 major scales fluently.

Practice playing the A Major Scale.


Tips for playing the A Major Scale [LH Fingering 5-4-3-2-1-3-2-1]

  1. For the left hand, use the same fingering you used to play the C Major Scale.   Review Lesson 1 to see how its done.  You will use the same fingering for the C, D, E, F, and G Major Scales.  
  2. Make sure you get the pinky finger under control.  
  3. REMEMBER the crossover rule.
  4. Practice each hand separately and slowly.  
  5. Then, practice both hands together.  

Tips for playing the A Major Scale, cont.


"If you can play it slowly, you can play it fast."


RH Fingering:

1-thumb (A)

2-index (B)

3-middle (C#)


2-index (E)


4-ring (G#)

5-pinky (A)

Lesson 1 - C Major Scale

Lesson 2 - F Major Scale

Lesson 3 - Bb Major Scale

Lesson 4 - Eb Major Scale

Lesson 5 - Ab Major Scale

Lesson 6 - Db Major Scale

Lesson 7 - D Major Scale

Lesson 8 - E Major Scale

Lesson 9 - G Major Scale

Lesson 10 - A Major Scale

Lesson 11 - Minor Scales

Lesson 12 - Chord Commotion