Learn How to Play Piano Minor Scales

learn how to play piano minor scalesWhen learning to play the piano, the first thing that we tend to focus on are the major scales.  The major scales are very important, but equally as important I feel are the minor scales.  The are a great exercise to practice with and will increase your ability to play the piano.  The main difference between major and minor scales are the third and sixth note positions on the keyboard.  In a major scale we have a half step after the third and the seventh notes while the minor scales have the half step after the second and fifth.  Also you can hear the difference or "mood" of a major scale compared to the minor scale.  In this post I wanted to stick to the basics and include videos on how to play the minor scales and also the finger charts so you can come back over and over to use this as a reference while practicing.  If you have any other questions, please include them in the comments section.

Overview Video of How to Play Minor Scales:

Minor Scale Fingering Charts and Notes:

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How to play minor scale piano notes

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How to Play the D Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the F Sharp Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the F Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the E Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the C Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the E Flat Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the C Sharp Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the B Flat Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the A Minor Piano Scale:

How to Play the B Minor Piano Scale:

 

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