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In this music theory lesson we look at the circle of fifths. It can seem complicated at first, but the circle of fifths can be a really useful tool when learning music theory. It organizes key signatures, and it can tell you what kinds of chords are in a song. How Intervals work: Visit the Official Odd Quartet Store: Purchase great merch to help support the channel! Become a patron on Patreon and help me shape the future of this channel! Add me: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter |
This video is designed to help you successfully use the circle of fifths to calculate key signatures for major keys.
This video details how to create the Circle of Fifths; a tool used by musicians to help them calculate key signatures for both major and minor keys. Please note that this video is virtually identicial (bar a few small changes) to my previous video detailing how to create the circle of fifths. This video, however, is in HD and has much better sound quality.
The easiest way to learn piano chords: ► This lesson is on one of the most useful tools available in music theory: The Circle Of Fifths. If you’ve ever looked at your keyboard practice plan and wonder ‘where do I go from here?’ …well then this lesson is for you! With the Circle Of Fifths, you’ll never have to wonder what the next scale or set of chords you should practice will be! The better way to learn piano: ► Follow us! ►Facebook: ►Instagram:
This video details how to use the Circle of Fifths to calculate key signatures for major keys. It’s important that you know how to create the circle before watching this video – please watch my other video on “how to create the circle of fifths” before this one if you need to. If you’d like to extend your knowledge of the circle and use to it create major scales have a look at this video: Please note that this video is virtually identicial (bar a few small changes) to my previous video detailing how to use the circle of [More]
This video explains how to create major scales using the circle of fifths as a guide. Suitable for beginners and those who wish to find alternative ways, from the tone and semitone method, of calculating major scales.
This music theory lesson explains the circle of fifths and how it applies to playing the piano. Key signatures tell you how many sharps or flats are in a song. There are 11 major key signatures in total. From no sharps to seven sharps, these include the key of c major, key of g major, key of d major, key of a major, key of e major, key of b major, key of f sharp major, and the key of c sharp major. The flat key signatures from one flat to seven include the key of f major, key of [More]