How to Sing a Natural Minor Scale

 

Minor scales are different to major scales, not only because they sound WAY cooler (um, hello dark and ominous music) but because there are so many of them!

While there are just a handful of major scales, with minor scales you can go deep down the rabbit hole and discover a whole world of unusual sounds that remind you of music from other countries or have you feeling the intense pull of a sad song that only a minor scale can deliver.

So, today we’re going to have a look at pitching the NATURAL MINOR scale.

It looks like this: 1 ,2 b3, 4, 5, b6, b7, 8

In the key of C minor it would look like this: C, D, Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C

So how does it sound? Do the exercise with me in the video and find out!

Nicola xx

VITAL SCALES FOR SINGERS

Master the 10 most common scales in music!

10 sing-along tracks made specifically for singers to help you learn your scales, in a fast and fun way! 

Learn these 10 scales:

1 Major Scale
2 Major Arpeggio
3 Minor Scale
4 Minor Arpeggio
5 Dominant Scale
6 Dominant Arpeggio
7 Blues Scale
8 Major Pentatonic Scale
9 Minor Pentatonic Scale
10 Dorian Scale

Each track has an example then a piano plays the scale/ arpeggio with you to help you pitch each note correctly.

Also comes with a handy PDF guide.

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