Friday, May 26, 2006

 

Lesson-27 : The Flattened Major Scales : Part-2

Let us summarise all the Major scales of Flats and the notes progressively flattened each time to get the overall idea….!



So theoretically, the next major scale F(b)- Major will have B-Double flats and so on…..

Omitting other double flat majors…

From C-Major to C-Flat Major, Let us carefully watch the Sequence of notes flattened each time… and list it….! (refer to the last column of above table)

They are….. B, E, A, D, G, C, F…..!

Oh God…. What a striking mathe-magic we are getting here…..!

When compared to Sharps sequence…this Flat sequence is…Exactly the Reverse of Sharp sequence….!

Is it not amazing……!

Incidentally the sentence given for Sharps can also be reversed and still makes sense…!

Battle Ends And Down Goes Charles Father !

Remember this sentence for Flat Majors….!

So…You are having knowledge of 15 Majors now in terms of Sharp & Flats....

And you agree that theory of music is easy to figure out with little bit of maths and logic…!

But, the practical portion is not…!

You have to do a lot of hard work to remember and play them in an instrument…!

A lot …lot ….lot….. practice….!

For theorists… just a careful remembrance of these observations and logics will do…!

If we cannot play we can make the others play and listen and observe…!

Now-a-days…”others’” list ….has added the Computer also…!

So we can still travel a lot into the WCM theory zone…!

But take a while, to consolidate all the Major scales, in terms of Sharps, Flats…..Their relative naming each time….!

The various intervals formation.. etc…etc….!

The visualization of these major scale on a instrument arrangement…their sound quality and feeling….!

FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL That….!

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