A♭ Major Scale

    💡 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.

    → go to all major & minor scales

    A♭ major scale

    notes: A B C D E F G

    relative minor: F minor

    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • A


    left hand

    right hand

    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.

    showhide degrees & intervals

    1: TonicAUnison
    2: SupertonicBMajor 2nd
    3: MediantCMajor 3rd
    4: SubdominantDPerfect 4th
    5: DominantEPerfect 5th
    6: SubmediantFMajor 6th
    7: Leading ToneGMajor 7th
    1: Octave/TonicAPerfect 8th

    making a major scale

    🔧 The major scales are constructed using this note pattern:

    • W-W-H-W-W-W-H

    W = Whole step   H = Half step

    go to a different major or minor scale

    C majorD majorE majorF majorG majorA majorB majorD/C majorE/D majorG/F majorB/A major

    C minorD minorE minorF minorG minorA minorB minor C/D minorD/E minorF/G minorG/A minorA/B minor

    piano samples

    The piano samples used here are from “ Salamander Grand Piano V3 ” by Alexander Holm, licensed under CC BY 3.0.

    drum samples

    The drum samples used here are from “ Mailbox Badger : Public Domain Drum Samples : Vol. 2 ”by Mailbox Badger/Patrick Callan, licensed under CC BY 3.0.

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