Chromatic Scales: Music Theory
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    29 Jun 2012 12:47 PM
    This video explains the meaning of the word 'Chromatic' as well as providing instructions on how a chromatic scale is formed. The video is suitable for those students studying grade 4 of the ABRSM music theory exams or anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of music theory. Please be aware that this video assumes previous knowledge of: key signatures and semitones (also known as half-steps)

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