A Natural minor Ukulele Scale - D-Tuning
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A natural minor scale has the same notes as its relative major scale. However, we start on the sixth note, known as the Aeolian mode. Because the sixth is a minor any song using this scale will often have a sad or melancholy feel to it.
Staff Line Notation
Type : Major (Aeolian Mode)
Number of notes : 7
Formula : 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,b7
Notes : A, B, C, D, E, F, G
Intervals : W,H,W,W,H,W,W
Degrees : A ( I - tonic), B ( II - supertonic), C ( III - mediant), D ( IV - subdominant), E ( V - dominant), F ( VI - submediant), G ( VII - leading tone) Chords that fit
: C, C5, Csus4, Csus2, C6, Cmaj7, Cadd9, Dm, D5, Dsus4, Dsus2, D7sus4, Dm6, Dm7, Dm9, DM9, Em, E5, Esus4, E7sus4, Em7, F, F5, Fsus2, F6, Fmaj7, Fadd9, F-5, G, G5, G7, Gsus4, Gsus2, G7sus4, G6, G9, Gadd9, G11, G13, Am, A5, Asus4, Asus2, A7sus4, Am7, Am9, AM9, Bdim, Bm7/b5,
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