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The A Flat Major Diatonic Scale on Piano
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This is the Key Signature for A Flat Major as shown on the circle of fifths worksheet. There are four flats - B Flat, E Flat, A Flat and D Flat.
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Here is a video of how to play a A Flat Major scale on the piano.



Learn the Order of Sharps and Flats


The order of Sharps is always F, C, G, D, A, E, and B.

If there is one sharp in the key it would be F. If there were 3 Sharps the Key they would be F, C and G.


The order of Flats is always B, E, A, D, G, C and F.

If there is one Flat in the Key it would be B. If there were 5 Flats in the Key they would be B, E, A, D, and G.

To remember the order of sharps, there is an easy sentence to keep in mind: Fat Cats Go Dancing At Eds Broiler and to remember the order of flats, this sentence will help you: Boogie Ends And Down Go Cats Fast.

For example:

To start, use the circle of fifths to find the key you are looking for. Say for example you are looking at the key A Flat, it has four flats. So using the sentence: Boogie Ends And Down Go Cats Fast (B, E, A, D, G, C, F) you can tell the flat B, E, A, and D are the four flats used.



For more info on
The Major Scale please click here also for all the Diatonic Scales please click here.


By Michael Pelletier



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