G Major Scale Piano

The G major scale piano version is written here in the one octave format. The notes in the G major scale are G, A, B, C, D, E F sharp and G.

The fingering for the G scale on piano is the same as the C scale fingering which is:

Right Hand – 1 2 3  1 2 3 4 5

Left Hand – 5 4 3 2 1  3 2 1

G Major Scale and Arpeggio Printable Sheet Music – Print

G Major Scale Piano

The key signature for the G Major Scale Piano includes only one sharp which is F sharp.   This simply means that you will play F sharp instead of F for the duration of this scale.

Click here to find the free sheet music and piano video tutorial for the C Scale on Piano.

Piano G Major Scale

The piano G Major Scale below shows the scale by highlighting the notes of the scale with blue keys only.  The red boxes surround the 2 tetrachords (or 4 note groups) which make up the G Major scale.

By playing each tetrachord with a different hand it makes the scale much easier to play.

G Major Scale Piano

G Major Arpeggio

Along with the G Major scale now learn the G major arpeggio.  An arpeggio is simply a broken chord.  In this case the g major arpeggio consists of the three notes of the g major chord, G, B and D.

Play these 3 notes individually and one after the other instead of in the usual blocked chord style.

The fingering for the G major arpeggio is:

Right Hand – 1 2 3  1 2 3  5

Left Hand – 5 3 2 1  3 2 1

Do take the time to notice that the fingering for the g major arpeggios both in the right hand and left hand are different than the scale fingerings.

G Major Chord

The G major chord includes the notes G, B and D.  Watch video demo below.

Piano Scale Links

D Major Scale and Arpeggio

F Major Scale and Arpeggio

Music Note Symbols and Values

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