E Major Ukulele Scale - Baritone
View this scale in: Standard Tuning (gCEA) D-Tuning (ADF#B) Slack-key Tuning (gCEG)
The major scale is certainly the most important scale in music (at least for Western music) because it is used in many styles like Pop, Rock, Hard Rock, and Jazz. A large part of music theory and harmony in general is based on this scale and its construction.
Staff Line Notation
Type : Major (Ionian Mode)
Number of notes : 7
Formula : 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Notes : E, G♭, A♭, A, B, D♭, E♭
Intervals : W,W,H,W,W,W,H
Degrees : E ( I - tonic), G♭ ( II - supertonic), A♭ ( III - mediant), A ( IV - subdominant), B ( V - dominant), D♭ ( VI - submediant), E♭ ( VII - leading tone) Chords that fit
: Dbm, Db5, Dbsus4, Dbsus2, Db7sus4, Dbm7, Dbm9, DbM9, Ebdim, Ebm7/b5, E, E5, Esus4, Esus2, E6, Emaj7, Eadd9, Gbm, Gb5, Gbsus4, Gbsus2, Gb7sus4, Gbm6, Gbm7, Gbm9, GbM9, Abm, Ab5, Absus4, Ab7sus4, Abm7, A, A5, Asus2, A6, Amaj7, Aadd9, A-5, B, B5, B7, Bsus4, Bsus2, B7sus4, B6, B9, Badd9, B11, B13,
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