#1
How is it, that the G Major scale has 1 sharp in it? Their is not a sharp or a falt between E n' F so it the last note should be an F.
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#3
Quote by clement1
There is no E# or Fb, it doesnt exist.


Yes they do.

TS: Are you sure you're counting the intervals correctly.. there is a whole step between the major 6th (E) and the major 7th.. and only a half step between the major 7th and root (G).

This should help you figure it out...
#4
In a major scale, the 6th and 7th have to be a whole step apart.
From E(6) to F(7) = (naturally) 1/2 step
From E to F# = whole step giving you the nice leading tone to Tonic (G)
Last edited by Pabli7o at Sep 27, 2007,