CHROMATIC SCALE-- FLUTE What is the Chromatic Scale? Chromatic scale kromaattinen asteikko Basic Flute Technique - 9 - PATTERN 1, diatonic "step" method PERUSKUVIO 1, diatoninen etenemisjärjestys Jne askelettain ylöspäin opettajan harkitsemaan säveleen asti! FLUTE EMBOUCHURE 1) Close your mouth so that your lips are together and make a line. Title: Scales and Arpeggios - Flute Created Date: 20140930122044Z You can start on any pitch, and end on that same pitch. 2) When you go up, use sharps ( ). ... CHROMATIC SCALE - 27 - F F# OR Gb G G# OR Ab A A# OR Bb 1) The Chromatic Scale is when you play every note on the instrument, in order, up or down. Piccolo: • All major scales two octaves • Chromatic scale from D below the staff to Altissimo C (third octave C) Flute: • All required major scales two octaves • Chromatic scale from lowest C up three octaves Oboe: It starts and ends on the same pitch, for a total of 13 pitches. Chromatic scale tempo is minimum MM quarter note = 120, unless otherwise indicated below. Play 2 Octaves straight up and back down for every key except C which uses three octaves. We use SHARPS for note names ASCENDING the scale, and FLATS for note names DESCENDING. When you go down, use flats ( ). The Chromatic Scale, for flute or any instrument, is simply playing all 12 notes. For eg., the C Chromatic (most popular) would be: C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B and finish on the next C. It`s as simple as that. 3) It can start and end on any note. The Chromatic Scale is a scale made up entirely of half-steps. 4. Etc step by step upwards with teacher's advice! B Major - BONUS (for flutes with B foot only) ... Arpeggio 3 3 3 3 13 Bb Chromatic Scale - One Octave 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3.