Whole tone scales

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by daveythewavey19, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. daveythewavey19

    daveythewavey19 New Friend

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    Does anyone have a link to the whole tone scales written out so I can print them out?


    -Thanks
     
  2. REUNITED

    REUNITED New Friend

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    the whole tone scale is made up of whole steps
    so you really wouldnt have to wait for anyone to write them out for you
    and once you write them out yourself, your gonna see that there is only a few whole tone scales not as many as a major scale...try it and watch what you discover.......
    example in the key of c:
    c,d,e,f#,G#,A#,C
    i hope that helps
    HAVE A GREAT PRACTICE SESSION
     
  3. daveythewavey19

    daveythewavey19 New Friend

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    I know what they are, I just like to have a hard copy in front of me while I memorize them. But thanks.
     
  4. Brekelefuw

    Brekelefuw Fortissimo User

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    There are only two whole tone scales. Memorization shouldn't be that difficult.
    It is just a matter of starting them on different degrees.
     
  5. mrtrpt

    mrtrpt New Friend

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    Vizzutti's Method book 2 has a bunch of whole tone scales and patterns written out, good book to have...
     
  6. gtromble

    gtromble Pianissimo User

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    Seriously - get some music paper and write them out yourself -- it will help you memorize them. As previously mentioned, there are only 2 WT scales --
    writing them out takes less time than printing something off the net.
     

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