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G Major Scale and Arpeggio

Happy to guide you to the Key of G Major.Step review theory

 For all major scale steps to work out properly when G is the Tonic, there is one sharp needed, an F#.

The new pitch you need to learn is — C natural. 

C Natural and C# are different frequencies! 

Although the same finger may be utilized to perform both pitches — C Natural and C Sharp, pitch letters and accidental detail (#), always determine the pitch location difference.

Pitch Letters always over-rule Finger Numbers

G Major Scale and Arpeggio Pitch Steps, below.G Major StepsScale Steps 1, 3, 5 and 8, form the Tonic Arpeggio.

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Now let’s learn G Major Notes on all strings. 

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Review Accidentals

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G Major Home   

 Violin Two Octave Scale in 1st Position   

 Viola Pitches in 1st Position   

 Cello Pitches in 1st Position

Bass Pitches in 1st Position   

 Violin and Viola Left Pinky Note Options   

 Pinky Power-Ups for Violin and Viola

Violin G Major Scale in 3rd Position 

Viola G Major Scale in 3rd Position     

Cello 4th Position on the A-String

Bass One Octave G Major Scale on 1 String 

 Two Octave G Major Scale for All Instruments     

Boosting Performance Skills

“Add-a-Note” Scale Pattern Exercise 

   “Eighth Note Jumps” Interval Leap Practice   

 Up and Back-Up Practice Technique

Coordination Drills 

   Melodic Minuet     G Major Waltz

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