THE MAJOR SCALES & CHORDS
Please see below for a list of all of the major scales in order from easiest to hardest in way of how many sharps or flats each one has. Note that each scale has it's correlating chord directly below it. In order to find a chord from a scale, you take the 1st, 3rd and 5th notes of the scale and play them together.
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MAKING THE CHORD FROM A SCALE
in the diagram to the left, you will see that we are using C major as an example. Remember, C major has no sharps or flats in it- so you will not have to worry about factoring them in when working on creating the chord. As there are 8 notes in a scale, you always count them from left to right. See the numbers above each note in the scale, then play them in a chord.