E Flat Major Scale Chords and Arpeggio has three flats which are B flat, E flat and A flat. Remember the order of flats are the same in every flat scale.
E Flat Major Scale Chords and Arpeggio
A great way to remember the sequence of these flats is that the first four flats in any flat scale are always B flat, E flat, A flat and D flat, spelling the word BEAD.
The colorful wheel below is the Circle of fifths diagram. Start at the top of the wheel with the yellow circle which represents the key of C Major which has no sharps or flats.
Important Fact! Moving to the right on the circle you will find the Sharp Scales. Moving to the left on the circle you will find the Flat Scales.
The E flat major scale is represented by the green circle on the left hand side with Eb written within the green circle. You can see the three flats next to the treble clef beside the circle.
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