How to Read Sheet Music for Piano : D Flat Major Scale in Piano Sheet Music

How to Read Sheet Music for Piano : D Flat Major Scale in Piano Sheet Music


Hello! I am Annie Brunson on behalf of Expert
Village. Today we are going to learn the D flat major scale for the right hand. It doesn’t
matter which note that you start on. The intervals are going to be the same. So starting at D
flat with your second finger, the first distance is a whole tone, so that will take you up
to E flat. The third note is also another whole tone. It takes you up to F. The next
note is a semitone; it takes you up to G flat. Then it’s another whole tone, it takes you
up to A flat. Another whole tone, it takes you up to B flat. Another whole tone and it
ends with a semitone.
So follow me, second finger, then put your thumb on the F, thumb on the C, finishing up with your second
finger on D flat.

11 comments

  1. Thanks! I was sharping the notes instead of flatting them and got thoroughly confused when I had to press F twice in a row! :p

  2. @phionahchin2000 It was just a Db major scale. Shouldn't take anyone very long to learn it. If it does, then they better just not even get into playing music.

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