A flat major scale piano free chords arpeggios is easy to learn with this helpful tutorial. The key signature includes four flats which are B flat, E flat, A flat D flat.
This scale begins on a black key. The fingerings are as follows for the one octave scale:
Right Hand Fingering: 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
Left Hand Fingering: 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 2
A Flat Major Scale Piano Free Chords Arpeggios
A flat major chords on piano are the I, IV and V7 chords. Use these main three chords in most music compositions written in the key of A flat major.
The I chord ( referred to as the “one chord”) uses a Roman Numeral One. It includes the notes of A flat, C and E flat. It is called the one chord because the first note or root of the chord is the first note of the scale.
The IV chord includes the notes of D flat, F and A flat. This chord is built on the 4th note of the A flat major scale which is D flat.
The V7 chord, or Five Seven Chord, includes the notes E flat, G, B flat and D flat. This chord includes four notes instead of 3. The fourth note is located 7 notes above the root of E Flat.
A Flat Major Arpeggios on Piano
The A flat major arpeggios on piano include the notes of A flat, C and E flat. Play the notes in this broken chord one after the other in sequence.
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