What is Concert E flat on clarinet?
When you play the pitch “C” on an E flat instrument, it will sound like concert E flat. The most commonly played clarinet is the “B flat” or soprano clarinet.
What are the 12 concert scales?
The 12-Major Scales
- C Major Scale. The C-Major scale is one of the first scales we learn because it doesn’t contain any sharps or flats.
- D Major Scale. The D-Major scale contains two sharps in the key signature, F-sharp and C-sharp.
- E Major Scale.
- F Major Scale.
- G Major Scale.
- A Major Scale.
- B Major Scale.
What notes are flat in E flat major clarinet?
|E♭, F, G, A♭, B♭, C, D
What does concert scale mean?
Concert pitch refers to the universal standard pitch, A=440hz. Music has an extremely complex history. And now transposing instruments exist. Not all Cs are the same. In an orchestra, if the director asks the string instruments to play a C major scale, everyone (violins, violas, cellos, basses) plays a C major scale.
What is clarinet concert C scale?
Concert C is their D, Concert Ab is their Bb. Alto and baritone saxes, alto clarinet and most alto horns are Eb instruments: when they play a C it sounds like a Eb on the piano.
What note is concert B-flat on clarinet?
Clarinets, bass clarinets, trumpets, tenor saxes and baritones playing treble clef are Bb instruments: when they play a C it sounds like a Bb on the piano. So, if they want to play a concert Bb scale, they start on a C (they have to think up a whole step). Concert C is their D, Concert Ab is their Bb.
What key is B flat and E flat?
Scales with flat key signatures
|Number of flats
|B♭, E♭, A♭
|B♭, E♭, A♭, D♭
|B♭, E♭, A♭, D♭, G♭
How many scales are there in clarinet?
Now, the Major Clarinet Scale Plan is simple. Twelve weeks = Twelve scales. Take one scale a week.