#1
I'm studying to pass a grade 2 theory exam, and on one of my practise tests there is a question like this:

Write the following scales, ascending and descending, in the tenor clef.
a) F# minor melodic form
b) Its relative major
c) Its enharmonic tonic equivelant

So I wrote out F# minor melodic, then A major, but what do I do with C? Gx major/Bbb major?
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#5
^ yes and yes, though its relative major wouldn't TECHNICALLY be major because of the natural 7th in the minor scale. and the enharmonic tonic equivalent would be Gb (Gb and F# are enharmonic)
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Yeah, i think it's referring to the enharmonic tonic equivalent of F# minor, not A major.


Ohhh! Ok, Gb major. Awesome. Yeah, there are footnote tips on the exam and it says to read the wording on this question very carefully, makes sense.
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