Check out our latest clarinet scale video with Ana where she teaches the G major scale, and stop back next week for e minor with Cassidy! Flat scales are often found in clarinet music, so this key is a necessity. The teacher-recommended “Concert Series” is Wood Violins’ first foray into the acoustic-electric arena, and with street prices starting at only $699, the Concert Series violins are perfect for young musicians to play in school orchestras by day and record with after school. In this video, Ana will teach out how to play the Eb major scale on clarinet. Most people have an idea of what Pilates might be, and usually that idea involves lots of abdominal work in a group class at a gym. In this video, Ana will teach out how to play the B major scale on clarinet. Ab major would go Ab, Bb, C, Db, Eb, F, G, Ab. 6 Must Read . Features. Below are links to the 12 major, melodic, harmonic, and natural minor scales. I hope you know the fingering for those notes on a Clarinet because it's too hard to describe them in writing. What Are Strings Made Of? 6 Must Read . Therefore, the Eb major scale would go, Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C, D, Eb. The Basics of Orchestral String Construction . E-flat major. All major scales should go, whole whole half whole whole whole half. Also, I hope you mean, Eb and Ab on a clarinet. As a string musician, part of understanding your instrument and the sound you want to create includes understanding the strings you put on that instrument. The flats in the E-flat major scale are E-flat, B-flat and A-flat. Pilates for Musicians – What is it? 6 Must Read . Features. What Are Strings Made Of? As a string musician, part of understanding your instrument and the sound you want to create includes understanding the strings you put on that instrument. Clarinet Scales. Featured. The Basics of Orchestral String Construction . Features. Featured. In addition, there are links to a printable PDF file and a two octave and a three octave chromatic scale. Welcome back to our series on clarinet scales! Featured. Here we begin to see more difficult scales as we move up to three flats. Welcome back to our series on clarinet scales!