Exercises with fingerings for two octaves of the Major scales. (The exercises are for the right hand, see link to left-hand exercises at the bottom of page.) The numbers that you can see above the notes are indicating which fingers the notes should be played with.
1 = thumb | 2 = index finger | 3 = middle finger | 4 = ring finger | 5 = little finger.

C Major Scale
C scale notesG Major Scale
G scale notesD Major Scale
D scale notesA Major Scale
a scale notesE Major Scale
E scale notesB Major Scale
b scale notesF Major Scale
f scale notesBb Major Scale
Bb scale notesEb Major Scale
Eb scale notesAb Major Scale
Ab scale notesDb Major Scale
Db scale notesGb Major Scale
Gb scale notes


These scales are for the right hand. In addition, you should of course practice scales with your left hand, but in that case, you use some other fingerings.

Don't let your thought drift away from the music. To absorb what you play and learn, it's not enough o let your hands work.

More exercises

These are additional right-hand exercises concerning the same scale, downloadable as pdf-files:

Major scales pattern 1
Major scales pattern 2
Major scales pattern 3

Additional exercises can be found in the member section.

For learning the name of scales, you can train with these flashcards.

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