An example of a natural scale is

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An example of a natural scale is

An example of a natural scale is

a. g major
b. e major
c. c major
d. F major

Answer :

 

Natural scales are one form of scales that exist in music Art, is (C) C Major.

Detailed discussion of Natural Scales

Scales are layered arrangement of tones and start with a certain key tone. The first note in a scale is called the root note and the last note is called the octave. In scales there is also what is called the tone interval. This note interval is the distance between the note and the next note or the previous note.

Because natural scales are scales whose basic notes do not need to be added or subtracted from the distance between notes to complete the scale arrangement. Therefore, the C major scale is the natural form of the scale because the notes on the C major scale are C – D – E – F – G – A – B – C.

This natural scale can also be found in the minor scales. The basic note that has a natural scale on the minor scale is A minor. The notes for A minor are A – B – C – D – E – F – G – A.

Here are some types of scales:

  • Diatonic scale: a type of scale that has 7 notes in one arrangement of notes. Diatonic scales are divided into major and minor.
  • Pentatonic scale: a type of scale that has 5 notes in one arrangement of notes. This pentatonic scale is a scale that is very common in modern music. Pentatonic scales are distinguished into pelog and slendro.
  • Colored scale: a type of scale that has twelve notes in one arrangement of notes. The chromatic scale itself is a derivative form of the major diatonic scale and is often found in music with the jazz genre.

Question Details

Class: 8

Course: Art and culture

Ba: 4 – Techniques for Playing Traditional Music

 

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