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Information about the C# aeolian scale

Name

This is the C# aeolian scale.

Aliases

minor

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Intervals

Which intervals are in the C# aeolian scale?

Use the following intervals in any order to construct this scale. Start on a specific note on which you want to construct this scale from (for instance the note "C") and calculate each interval on top of it. Afterwards, you will be able to play it on your instrument.

C
perfect prime
also known as P1
D
major second
also known as M2
E
minor third
also known as m3
F
perfect fourth
also known as P4
G
perfect fifth
also known as P5
A
minor sixth
also known as m6
B
minor seventh
also known as m7

Chords

Which chords can you play on the C# aeolian scale?

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Cheatsheet

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Notes of the C# aeolian scale

CDEFGAB

Sheet music of C# aeolian in three octaves

Sheet music of the C# aeolian scale in three octaves

Guitar scale for C# aeolian in all positions

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Piano scale for C# aeolian

Piano scale for C# aeolian

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