B Minor Scale

B minor, like D Major has F# and C# in the key signature. Let’s look at its natural, harmonic and melodic minor scales of B minor.

B♭ Minor Scale

B♭ minor is the same as A# minor, since B♭ and A# are enharmonic to each other. Its relative major key is D♭ Major. Here, we’ll look at the natural, harmonic and melodic minor scale of B♭ minor.

A# Minor Scale

A# minor is the same as B♭ minor, since A# and B♭ are enharmonic to each other. Its relative major key is C# Major. Here, we’ll look at the natural, harmonic and melodic minor scale of A# minor.

A Minor Scale

A minor is the easiest scale, with no sharps and flats in the key signature. Its relative major key is C Major. Here, we’ll look at the natural, harmonic and melodic minor scale of A minor.

G Minor Scale

G minor is the relative minor for B♭ Major. In this post, we’ll look at the natural, harmonic and melodic scales of G minor in detail.

F# Minor Scale

F# Minor scale is a scale that begins and ends with F#, with key signature of F#, C# and G#. The relative major key with the same key signature as F# minor is A Major.

F Minor Scale

F Minor scale is a scale that begins and ends with F, with a key signature of B♭, E♭, A♭ and D♭. The relative major key with the same key signature as F minor is A♭ Major.

E Minor Scale

E Minor scale is a scale that begins and ends with E. The relative major key with the same key signature as E minor is G Major.

E♭ Minor Scale

E♭ minor scale is a scale that is enharmonic to D# flat minor. In this post, I’ll go through E♭ minor natural, harmonic and melodic scale.