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1

C major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

No sharps or flats

2

D major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

F and C sharps; in 16th's

3

A major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

F, C and G sharps; in 16th's

4

E major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

F, C, G and D sharps; in 16th's

5

B major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

F, C, G, D and A sharps; in 16th's
* Left hand begins on the 4th finger

6

Bb major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

Bb and Eb; in 16th's
*Right hand begins on the 2nd finger
*Left hand begins on the 3rd finger

7

Eb major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

Bb, Eb and Ab; in 16th's
*Right hand begins on the 2nd finger
*Left hand begins on the 3rd finger

8

Gb major scale, hands together, 4 octaves, legato
MM = 88

Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, Gb and Cb; in 16th's
*Right hand begins on the 2nd finger
*Left hand begins on the 4th finger

9

C minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is C
Key signature is three (B, E and A) flats (relative to Eb major)
Bb is the 7th note so it's raised to become a natural, leaving Eb and Ab, ascending and descending

10

C minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is C
Key signature is three (B, E and A) flats (relative to Eb major)
Ab is the 6th and Bb is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up to become naturals. This leaves Eb only in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, giving us Bb, Eb and Ab.

11

D minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is D
Key signature is one (B) flat (relative to F major)
C is the 7th note so it's raised to become a sharp, leaving Bb and C#, ascending and descending

12

D minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is D
Key signature is one (B) flat (relative to F major)
Bb is the 6th and C is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up. B becomes natural and C becomes sharp. This leaves C# only in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us only Bb.

13

A minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is A
Key signature is no sharps or flats (relative to C major)
G is the 7th note so it's raised to become a sharp, leaving only G#, ascending and descending

14

A minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is A
Key signature is no sharps or flats (relative to C major)
F is the 6th and G is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming sharps This gives us F# and G# in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us no flats or sharps.

15

E minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is E
Key signature is one (F) sharp (relative to G major)
D is the 7th note so it's raised to become a sharp, leaving F# and D#, ascending and descending.

16

E minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is E
Key signature is one (F) sharp (relative to G major)
F is the 6th and G is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming sharps This gives us F# and G# in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us no flats or sharps.

17

B minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is B
Key signature is two (F and C) sharps (relative to D major)
A is the 7th note so it's raised to become a sharp, leaving F#, C# and A#, ascending and descending.

18

B minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is B
Key signature is two (F and C) sharps (relative to D major)
G is the 6th and A is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming sharps. This gives us F#, C#, G# and A# in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us F# and C#.

19

Bb minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is Bb
Key signature is five (B, E, A, D and G) flats (relative to Db major)
A is the 7th note so it's raised to become a natural, leaving Bb, Eb, Db and Gb ascending and descending.

20

Bb minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is Bb
Key signature is five (B, E, A, D and G) flats (relative to Db major)
G is the 6th and A is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming naturals. This gives us Bb, Eb and Db in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us (all 5) Bb, Eb, Ab, Db and Gb.

21

Eb minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is Eb
Key signature is six (B, E, A, D, G and C) flats (relative to Gb major)
D is the 7th note so it's raised to become a natural, leaving Bb, Eb, Ab, Gb and Cb ascending and descending.

22

Eb minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is Eb
Key signature is six (B, E, A, D, G and C) flats (relative to Gb major)
C is the 6th and D is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming naturals. This gives us Bb, Eb, Ab, Gb in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us (all 6) Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, Gb and Cb.

23

F# minor harmonic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is F#
Key signature is three (F, C and G) sharps (relative to A major)
E is the 7th note so it's raised to become a sharp, leaving F#, C#, G# and E# ascending and descending.

24

F# minor melodic, hands together, 4 octaves, legato, in 16th's
MM = 88

Tonic (or 1st) note is F#
Key signature is three (F, C and G) sharps (relative to A major)
D is the 6th and E is the 7th note - they are both raised on the way up becoming sharps. This gives us F#, C#, G#, D# and E# in the ascending scale.
Descending, the 6th and 7th are lowered, Leaving us only F#, C# and G#.