💡 Here's a bright A flat major scale reference which shows the notes and fingering on a piano keyboard. Plus, an interactive tool to play chord progressions and a list of common chord progressions in the key of A♭ major.
ⓘ The G♯ major scale is enharmonic to the A♭ major scale. It has the same pitches, but uses different notes names: G♯ A♯ B♯ C♯ D♯ E♯ F♯♯.
A♭ major scale
notes: A♭ B♭ C D♭ E♭ F G
relative minor: F minor
chords in the key of A♭ major
The chords in the key of A♭ major are: A♭ major, B♭ minor, C minor, D♭ major, E♭ major, F minor and G diminished
Tap or use numbers 1 through 7 to trigger the chords. You can also tap to trigger the chord inversions or the 7th chords. This tool can be used as a chord progression generator.
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common chord progressions
Here's list of popular major key chord progressions along with the specific chords they represent in the key of A♭ major. Again, you can use numbers 1 through 7 on your keyboard to trigger the different chords.
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|2: Supertonic||B♭||Major 2nd|
|3: Mediant||C||Major 3rd|
|4: Subdominant||D♭||Perfect 4th|
|5: Dominant||E♭||Perfect 5th|
|6: Submediant||F||Major 6th|
|7: Leading Tone||G||Major 7th|
|1: Octave/Tonic||A♭||Perfect 8th|
making a major scale
🔧 The major scales are constructed using this note pattern:
W = Whole step H = Half step
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