A diatonic scale with half steps (in its basic form) between 2-3 and 5-6
Major and minor keys with the same key signature, but different tonics
(e.g., Ab major and f minor)
Major and minor keys with the same tonic, but different key signatures
(e.g., C# major and c# minor)
Natural, harmonic, and melodic
Minor scale form that follows the key signature
Minor scale form that raises the 7th scale degree one half step to provide a half-step leading tone to the tonic
Minor scale form that raises 6 and 7 ascending; returns (lowers) 6 and 7 to the natural form descending
Scale degree 2
Scale degree 4
Scale degree 6
Scale degree 7 in the natural minor and descending melodic minor (one whole step below tonic
Scale degree 7 in the harmonic minor and ascending melodic minor (1/2 step below tonic)
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