Main Profile

At A Glance

Learn Piano HD: How to Play C Major Scale (Right and Left Hand) on Piano

Sign up for free iOS apps! http://bit.ly/FREEAPPSLearn Piano HD: How to Play C Major Scale (Right and Left Hand) on PianoEvery talented musician knows that the piano is one of the best instruments to play, but private lessons can be a time-consuming, costly obstacle. Mahalo's Learn Piano app makes playing look like a daunting feat made easy. You'll never need a private lesson to rock at piano again!C major?is one of the most common keys used in music, and it's the simplest key to play in for piano. The reason for this is that all of the notes you play in the key of C major land on the white keys of a piano. Like all major scales, the C major scale consists of these seven notes (scale degrees):?C?(1st degree/root),?D?(2nd degree),?E?(3rd degree),?F?(4th degree),?G?(5th degree),?A?(6th degree) and?B?(7th degree).C Major Scale - RIGHT & LEFT HAND Positions:Start with your both of your 1st fingers (thumbs) on middle C. With your right hand ascending the scale, swing your 1st finger underneath your palm and play the?4th degree?with that 1st finger. With your left hand descending the scale, swing your 1st finger underneath your palm and play the 5th degree with that 1st finger. This is the correct way to utilize the five-finger position while playing the C major scale.Read more by visiting our page at:http://www.mahalo.com/courses/beginner-piano-course-part-1-c-major/the-basics-in-c-major/c-major-scale-right-and-left//
Length: 01:13

Contact

Questions about Learn Piano HD: How to Play C Major Scale (Right and Left Hand) on Piano

Want more info about Learn Piano HD: How to Play C Major Scale (Right and Left Hand) on Piano? Get free advice from education experts and Noodle community members.

  • Answer

Ask a New Question