Learn Piano HD: How to Play Chromatic Scale (Right Hand) on Piano





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Published on Nov 8, 2011

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Learn Piano HD: How to Play Chromatic Scale (Right Hand) on Piano

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The chromatic scale is the only scale that is not specifically designated to any major or minor key. The reason for this is the scale consists of all 12 tones, each a semitone, or half step, apart. When playing this scale on the piano, you play every white and black key either going up or down the keyboard. The chromatic scale degrees are labelled as such:
- 1st degree (1)

- Minor/flat 2nd degree (b2)

- 2nd degree (2)

- Minor/flat 3rd degree (b3)

- Major 3rd degree (3)

- 4th degree (4)

- Minor/flat 5th degree (b5)

- 5th degree (5)

- Sharp 5th degree (#5)

- 6th degree (6)

- Minor/flat 7th degree (b7)

- Major 7th degree (7)

Chromatic Scale - RIGHT HAND Position:

For this exercise, you'll be starting with with your 1st finger on the D key right above middle C. You'll only be using your first three fingers on your right hand for this scale.

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