Starting in Stage C, the demands of Unit 11 are increased so students are able to play scales in all keys a Stage H. To successfully complete Unit C11 students should know:
- what the tonic note of a scale is (specifically of C major, but potentially able to work it out for other keys).
- what the dominant note of a scale is (specifically of C major, but potentially able to work it out for other keys).
They should be able to play 2 octave scales, hands separately and 1 octave scales, hands together in the following keys:
- C major
- G major
- D major
Students should be able to do these from memory, and with an even tone and steady pace.
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Visit: Unit C1, Unit C2, Unit C3, Unit C4, Unit C5, Unit C6, Unit C7, Unit C8, Unit C10, Unit C11, Unit C12, Unit C14, Unit C15.
Go To: Stage A, Stage B, Stage C, Stage D, Stage E, Stage F, Stage G, Stage H
- Use the Fun Scales Tools in the Free Music Pack for interesting and engaging ways to work on scales.
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Tones and Semitones in a Major Scale
Using C, G, and D major.
Stage C Tonic and Dominant
An introduction to the tonic and dominant of C, G, D and F major.
Stage C Tonic, Dominant, and Key Signatures
C, G, and D majors.