D Major Scale

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Grade Requirements

The D Major scale is required for ABRSM Music Theory Grade 1 and above.

Relative Minor

The relative minor of D Major is B minor. See: B Harmonic Minor, B Melodic Minor.

D Major Key Signature

The Key Signature of D Major is:

Treble Clef

Bass Clef

Alto Clef

Tenor Clef

D Major: One octave, Treble Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: One octave, Bass Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: One octave, Alto Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: One octave, Tenor Clef, Ascending & Decending.

Degrees of the D Major scale

1st: Tonic D
2nd: Supertonic E
3rd: Mediant F#
4th: Subdominant G
5th: Dominant A
6th: Submediant B
7th: Leading tone C#
8th: Tonic D

D Major: Two octaves, Treble Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Two octaves, Bass Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Two octaves, Alto Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Two octaves, Tenor Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Arpeggio / Broken Chord, Two octaves, Treble Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Arpeggio / Broken Chord, Two octaves, Bass Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Arpeggio / Broken Chord, Two octaves, Alto Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major: Arpeggio / Broken Chord, Two octaves, Tenor Clef, Ascending & Decending.

D Major Arpeggio / Broken Chord on the Piano