The A Major scale and arpeggio free piano sheet music has three sharps. These sharps are F sharp, C sharp and G sharp.
The notes of the A Major Scale from beginning to end below are:
A, B, C sharp, D, E, F sharp, G sharp, A
As you can see from the circle of fifths diagram on the above right, the A major scale is on the right hand side of the circle between D Major and E Major.
Understand that the circle of fifths diagram includes the sharp scale key signatures as you move from C major at the top moving to the right hand side with G, D, A, E and B major. Each time you progress from one sharp key signature to the next you are adding one more sharp.
For example, the C major scale has no sharps, the G major scale has one sharp, the D major scale has 2 sharps and so on.
A Major Scale and Arpeggio Free Piano Sheet Music
The A Major arpeggio is simply the three notes in the I chord which are A, C sharp and E. You will find the A major arpeggio below on the second line. The correct fingering for the A major arpeggio is as follows:
Right Hand Fingering A C# E A C# E A (the ascending pattern moving upward)
1 2 3 1 2 3 5 (simply reverse this fingering sequence to move back down to A)
Left Hand Fingering A C# E A C# E A (ascending pattern)
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A Major Chord
The notes of the A Major Chord included the notes A, C sharp and E. View demo below.