spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales

spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales_chart.jpg
spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales_examples.jpg
spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales_roots.jpg
spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales_blank.jpg
spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_packet.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales

Subject

Music Theory Education Charts

Description

A reference chart of the mixolydian-pentatonic scale in all keys.

Roman numerals number the scale tones and also identify
whether a minor, major,or half diminished chord
is built on that scale tone.

Four variations of the chart are included:

The first is a completely filled chart.
The second provides example scales and roots.
The third provides the scale roots only.
The fourth is a blank chart.

The second-fourth variations progress in difficulty.
It's encouraged that students fill in the charts with examples first
while gradually memorizing the scales and the cycle of 4ths/circle of 5ths.

It's not expected that all the scales will be memorized.
A preliminary goal is to recognize what combination of notes make
half-steps, whole-steps, and minor thirds.
Filling out as many scales as possible solidifies our recognition of common scale intervals.

Creator

D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net/

Date

2024-01-25

Format

.jpeg 5100x6600 600dpi letter size
.pdf letter size

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/deed.en

Is Part Of

Guitar Practice: Discussion, Technique, Song and Online Curation

Collection

Citation

D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net/ , “spelling_mixolydian-pentatonic_scales,” D.J. Ellis Guitar - discussion, technique, song and online curation, accessed July 25, 2024, https://djellis.net/items/show/37.