A natural major scale is a sequence of 7 musical notes: two whole tones, one semitone, three whole tones, and a half tone in that order.
Notes Of All Major Scales
|C ♯ major||C♯||D♯||E♯||F♯||G♯||A♯||B♯|
♯: This is called a sharp. When you see this symbol, it means this note is one semitone higher in pitch than the note it follows. C♯ is one semitone higher than C.
♭: This is called a flat. When you see this symbol, it means this note is one semitone lower in pitch than the note it follows. D♭is one semitone lower than D.
C ♯ major and D♭ Major are enharmonic. They're the same scales, just with different names and notation.
F♯ major and G♭ major are enharmonic as well.
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