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Major Scale

A scale in which the half steps occur between the third and fourth and the seventh and eighth tones.

The major scale consists of consecutive tones (half and whole steps) from one letter name to its repetition above or below, such as C D E F G A B C, in which all are whole steps except those from E to F (3 to 4) and B to C (7 to 8) in succession, which are half steps. This is called a diatonic scale?, because the scale steps follow the letter names in succession without alteration and include five whole steps and two half steps in a definite pattern. (Brye, Joseph; Basic Principles of Music)

See Also

12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials
12.03 - Russell scale divisions correspond to Keelys three-way division of currents
18.03 - Hubbard Scale of Consciousness
Etheric Vibratory Scale
Figure 1.8 - Electromagnetic Scale in Octaves
Figure 12.01 - Russells 4 Power Centered Scale
Figure 12.02 - 0 Inertia Centered Scale
Figure 12.03 - Scale Showing Relations of Light Color and Tones
Figure 18.06 - Hubbard Tone Scale of Degrees or Levels of Consciousness
Figure 9.12 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
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scale divisions
Scale of Locked Potentials
Scale of the Forces in Octaves
Table 11.05 - Comparison of Scale Structural Components and Relations


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