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Comprehensive Scale Catalog: Seven-Tone Scales in Equal Temperament

This page is part of Flutopedia's Comprehensive Scale Catalog ... a listing of many (many) scales that can be played on Native American flutes.

This page shows only scales with seven tones per octave and using 12-tone Equal Temperament.

The root note of each scale is shown in blue, such as Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed.

Diatonic Major

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E F G A B c

G cleffCDEFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Dorian
  Mode 3 of: Phrygian
  Mode 4 of: Lydian
  Mode 5 of: Mixolydian
  Mode 6 of: Natural Minor
  Mode 7 of: Locrian

Subset of: embūbum

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name assigned by Clint

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Six-hole Pentatonic Major Mode 2/5; Six-hole Diatonic

Greek mode: Lydian
Church mode: Ionian, Hypolydian
Babylonian name: embūbum
Melakarta name: Shankarabharanam
Scala names: G.Lydian, M.Ionian, M.Hypolydian, Major, Bilaval That, Mela Shankarabharanam, Ghana Heptatonic, Peruvian Major, 4th plagal Byzantine, Ararai: Ethiopia, Makam Cargah, Ajam Ashiran, Dastgah-e Mahur, Dastgah-e Rast Panjgah, Xin: China, DS2
ChordHouse names: Major; Ionian; Ethiopian (A raray); Mela Dhirasankarabharana; Theta, Bilaval
Melakarta Raga: Shankarabharanam
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D2—N3

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Ararai [Ethiopian]; Dastgah Mahur; Dastgah Rast Panjgah; Diatonic major; Ghana Heptatonic; Ionian; Lydian (Greek); Major; Makam \xc7\xe2rg\xe2h; Maqam Ajam Ashiran; Mela Shankarabharanam; Peruvian major; Raga Shankarabharanam; Rast; Rast ascending; Tritus plagis; Xin

Scale Omnibus names: Ajam Shiram; Ararai; Dasrgah-e Mahur; Dastgah-e Rast Panjgah; Ghana Heptatonic; Major; Maqam Cargah; Mela Shankarabharanam; Peruvian Major; Raga Arabhi descending; Raga Bilahari descending; Raga Bilaval That; Xin

Dorian

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G A A♯ c
  C D E♭ F G A B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpFGAA sharpCbarlineCDE flatFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Phrygian
  Mode 3 of: Lydian
  Mode 4 of: Mixolydian
  Mode 5 of: Natural Minor
  Mode 6 of: Locrian
  Mode 7 of: Diatonic Major

Subset of: nīd qablim

The name I use for this scale comes from: Medieval mode name from Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Mojave-6

Greek mode: Phrygian
Church mode: Dorian, Hypomixolydian
Babylonian name: nīd qablim
Melakarta name: Kharaharapriya
Scala names: G.Phrygian, M.Dorian, M.Hypomixolydian, Kafi That, Mela Kharaharapriya, Raga Bageshri, Bhimpalasi, Nayaki Kanada, Sriraga, Ritigaula, Huseni, Kanara, Mischung 5, Gregorian nr.8, Eskimo Heptatonic, Yu: China, Hyojo, Oshikicho, Banshikicho: Japan, Nam: Vietnam
ChordHouse names: Dorian; Mela Kharaharapriya; Theta, Kafi
Melakarta Raga: Kharaharapriya
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D2—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Dorian; Dorian Minor; Eskimo Heptatonic; Gregorian no.8; Hyojo; Hypomixolydian; Kafi Thaat; Mela Kharaharapriya; Mischung 5 Dorian; Oshikicho : Japan; Phrygian Greek; Protus authentus; Raga Bageshri; Raga Bhimpalasi; Raga Nayaki Kanada; Raga Sriraga; Tetrardus plagis; Yu

Scale Omnibus names: Dorian; Gregorian 8; Hyojo; Mela Harikamboji; Mela Kharaharapriya; Mischung 3; Mischung 5; Mixolydian; Nam; Oshikicho; Raga Balahamsa; Raga Begeshri; Raga Bhairavi ascending; Raga Bhimpalasi; Raga Harini; Raga Huseni; Raga Janjuti; Raga Kafi That; Raga Kambodhi descending; Raga Kanara; Raga Khamaj That; Raga Khambhavati; Raga Kharapriya

» Described in Traditional Japanese Music and Musical Instruments Hardcover1 (hardcover [Malm 2001]), page 68

1Liner notes: Ritsu Heptatonic

Phrygian

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Lydian
  Mode 3 of: Mixolydian
  Mode 4 of: Natural Minor
  Mode 5 of: Locrian
  Mode 6 of: Diatonic Major
  Mode 7 of: Dorian

Subset of: qablītum

The name I use for this scale comes from: Medieval mode name from Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Spanish Six-hole

Greek mode: Dorian, Hypoaeolian
Church mode: Phrygian, Hypoaeolian
Babylonian name: qablītum
Melakarta name: Hanumatodi
Scala names: G.Dorian, M.Phrygian, G.M.Hypoaeolian, Bhairavi That, Mela Hanumatodi, Raga Asavari (Asaveri), Bilashkhani Todi, Ghanta, Makam Kurd, Gregorian nr.3, In, Zokuso: Japan, Ousak: Greece, Major inverse
ChordHouse names: Phrygian; Neoploitan Major; Mela Hanumattodi; Theta, Bhairavi
Melakarta Raga: Hanumatodi
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Bhairavi Thaat [North Indian]; Deuterus authenticus; Dorian Greek; Major inverse; Maqam Kurd; Ousak minor; Phrygian; Raga Asavari (Asaveri); Raga Bilashkhani; Spanish Mode; Todi Thaat; Zokuso

Scale Omnibus names: Major Inverse; Maqam Kurd; Mela Bhairavi That; Mela Hanumatodi; Ousak; Phrygian; Raga Bilashkhani Todi; Raga Dhanyasi descending; Raga Ghanta; Zokuso

Lydian

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G A B c
  C D E G♭ G A B c

G cleffCDEF sharpGABCbarlineCDEG flatGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Mixolydian
  Mode 3 of: Natural Minor
  Mode 4 of: Locrian
  Mode 5 of: Diatonic Major
  Mode 6 of: Dorian
  Mode 7 of: Phrygian

Subset of: kitmum

The name I use for this scale comes from: Medieval mode name from Scala

Greek mode: Hypolydian
Church mode: Lydian
Babylonian name: kitmum
Melakarta name: Mechakalyani
Scala names: G.Hypolydian, M.Lydian, Kalyan That (Yaman), Mela Mecakalyani, Raga Shuddh Kalyan, Ping, Kung, Gu: China
ChordHouse names: Lydian; Mela Mechakalyani; Theta, Kalyan
Melakarta Raga: Mechakalyani
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D2—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Gu [Chinese]; Hypolocrian; Hypolydian; Hypolydian; Kalyan Thaat (Yaman); Kung; Lydian; Mela Mecakalyani; Ping; Raga Shuddh Kalyan

Scale Omnibus names: Gu [China]; Lydian; Mela Mecakalyani; Ping; Raga Kalyan That; Raga Shuddh Kalyan

» Described in Traditional Japanese Music and Musical Instruments Hardcover1 (hardcover [Malm 2001]), page 68

1Liner notes: Ryo Heptatonic

Mixolydian

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G A A♯ c
  C D E F G A B♭ c

G cleffCDEFGAA sharpCbarlineCDEFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Natural Minor
  Mode 3 of: Locrian
  Mode 4 of: Diatonic Major
  Mode 5 of: Dorian
  Mode 6 of: Phrygian
  Mode 7 of: Lydian

Subset of: pītum

The name I use for this scale comes from: Medieval mode name from Scala

Greek mode: Hypophrygian, Ionian, Iastian, Hypoionian
Church mode: Mixolydian, Hypolydian
Babylonian name: pītum
Melakarta name: Harikambhoji
Scala names: G.Hypophrygian, G.Ionian (Iastian), M.Mixolydian, G.M.Hypoionian, Khamaj That, Mela Harikambhoji, Raga Harini, Janjhuti, Khambhavati, Surati, Balahamsa, Devamanohari, Mischung 3, Gregorian nr.7, Enharmonic Byzantine Liturgical mode, Ching, Shang: China
ChordHouse names: Mixolydian; Dominant 7th; Mela Harikambhoji; Theta, Khamaj
Melakarta Raga: Harikambhoji
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D2—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Gregorian no.2 [Church]; Gregorian no.7; Hypoionian; Hypophrygian; Hypophrygian; Ionian Iastian; Khammaj Thaat; Mela Harikambhoji; Mischung 3 Mixolydian; Mixolydian; Raga Harini; Raga Janjhuti; Raga Khambhavati; Raga Surati; Rast descending; Shang; Tetrardus authenticus

Scale Omnibus names: Gregorian 2; Gregorian 7

Natural Minor

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G G♯ A♯ c
  C D E♭ F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDE flatFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Locrian
  Mode 3 of: Diatonic Major
  Mode 4 of: Dorian
  Mode 5 of: Phrygian
  Mode 6 of: Lydian
  Mode 7 of: Mixolydian

Subset of: nīš tuḫri / nīš gabrîm

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: East Indian Six-hole

Greek mode: Aeolian, Hypodorian, Hyperphrygian
Church mode: Aeolian, Hypodorian
Babylonian name: nīš tuḫri / nīš gabrîm
Melakarta name: Natabhairavi
Scala names: G.M.Hypodorian, G.M.Aeolian, G.Hyperphrygian, Natural Minor, Asavari That, Mela Natabhairavi, Raga Jaunpuri, Adana, Dhanyasi, Jingla, Gregorian nr.2, Makam Buselik, Nihavend, Peruvian Minor, Se, Chiao: China, Geez, Ezel: Ethiopia, Kiourdi descending: Greece, Cushak: Armenia
ChordHouse names: Melodic Minor (Descending); Natural Minor; Relative Minor; Aeolian; Ethiopian (Geez & Ezel); Pure Minor; Mela Natabhairavi; Theta, Asavari
Melakarta Raga: Natabhairavi
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Aeolian [Greek]; Asawari Thaat; Chiao; Cushak; Diatonic minor; Ezel; Geez; Hyperphrygian; Hypodorian; Kiourdi descending; Makam B\xfbselik I; Maqam Nihavend; Mela Natabhairavi; Melodic Minor descending; Natural Minor; Peruvian minor; Protus plagis; Pure Minor; Raga Adana; Raga Jaunpuri; Se

Scale Omnibus names: Aeolian; Cushak; Ezel; Geez; Mela Natabhairavi; Natural Minor; Peruvian Minor; Raga Adana; Raga Asavari That; Raga Bhairavi descending; Raga Jaunpuri; Raga Jingla; Se

Locrian

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–1–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ F G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatFG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Diatonic Major
  Mode 3 of: Dorian
  Mode 4 of: Phrygian
  Mode 5 of: Lydian
  Mode 6 of: Mixolydian
  Mode 7 of: Natural Minor

Subset of: išartum

The name I use for this scale comes from: Medieval mode name from Scala

Greek mode: Mixolydian, Hyperdorian
Church mode: Locrian, Hypophrygian
Babylonian name: išartum
Scala names: G.Mixolydian, G.Hyperdorian, M.Hypophrygian, M.Locrian, Pien chih: China, Makam Lami, Yishtabach: Jewish
ChordHouse names: Locrian; Half Diminished (Locrian)

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Deuterus plagis; Hyperaeolian; Hyperdorian; Hypoaeolian; Locrian; Maqam Lami; Mixolydian Greek; Pien chih; Yishtabach

Scale Omnibus names: Locrian; Makam Lami; Pien Chih; Yishtabach

Harmonic Minor

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G G♯ B c
  C D E♭ F G A♭ B c

G cleffCDD sharpFGG sharpBCbarlineCDE flatFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Maqam Tarznauyn
  Mode 3 of: Ionian Sharp 5
  Mode 4 of: Roumanian Minor
  Mode 5 of: Spanish Gypsy
  Mode 6 of: Kosalam
  Mode 7 of: Ultra Locrian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala and Wikipedia

Melakarta name: Keeravani
Scala names: Harmonic Minor, Mischung 4, Pilu That, Mela Kiravani, Raga Kiranavali, Kirvani, Kalyana Vasantha, Deshi(3), Maqam Bayat-e-Esfahan, Sultani Yakah, Zhalibny Minor
ChordHouse names: Harmonic Minor; Mela Kiravani; Mohammedan
Melakarta Raga: Keeravani
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D1—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Harmonic Minor; Makam B\xfbselik II; Maqam Bayat-e-Esfahan; Maqam Sultani Yakah; Mela Kiravani; Mischung 4; Nihavend; Pilu Thaat; Raga Deshi 3; Raga Kalyana; Raga Kiranavali; Raga Kirvani; Raga Vasantha; Zhalibny Minor

Scale Omnibus names: Harmonic Minor; Maqam Bayat-e-Esfahan; Maqam Sultani Yakah; Mela Kiravani; Mischung 4; Mohammedan; Raga Deshi 3; Raga Kalyana Vasantha; Raga Kiranavali; Raga Kirvani; Raga Pilu That; Sultani Yakah; Zhalibny Minor

Neapolitan Minor

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G G♯ B c
  C D♭ E♭ F G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatE flatFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chitrambari
  Mode 4 of: Shanmukhapriya
  Mode 5 of: Oriental A
  Mode 6 of: Shoolini

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala and Wikipedia

Melakarta name: Dhenuka
Scala names: Neapolitan Minor, Mela Dhenuka, Raga Bhinnasadjam, Dhunibinnashadjam, Takka, Maqam Shahnaz Kurdi, Hungarian Gipsy
ChordHouse names: Neopolitan; Mela Dhenuka
Melakarta Raga: Dhenuka
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D1—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Maqam Shahnaz Kurdi [Iraqian]; Mela Dhenuka; Neapolitan Minor; Raga Dhunibinnashadjam

Scale Omnibus names: Maqam Shahnaz (or Shahnaz Kurdi) [Iraq]; Mela Dhenuka; Mela Senavati; Neapolitan Minor; Raga Bhinnasadjam; Raga Dhunibinnashadjam

Maqam Huzzam

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–3–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–4–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–3–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ E G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ E G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpEGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatEGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Lydian Diminished
  Mode 3 of: Chakravakam
  Mode 4 of: Aeolian Flat 1
  Mode 5 of: Locrian Double-flat 7
  Mode 6 of: Sarasangi
  Mode 7 of: Maqam Karcigar

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Makam Huzzam, Maqam Saba Zamzam, Phrygian flat 4

Piano Encyclopedia names: Maqam Huzzam [Iraqian]; Maqam Saba Zamzam; Phrygian b4

Scale Omnibus names: Maqam Huzzam [Iraq]; Maqam Saba Zamzam; Phrygian b4

Sabach

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–3–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–4–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–3–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ E G G♯ A♯ c
  C D E♭ E G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpEGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDE flatEGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Sooryakantam
  Mode 5 of: Senavati
  Mode 6 of: Latangi
  Mode 7 of: Minor Gypsy Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Sabach (Sambah): Greece

Piano Encyclopedia name: Sabach minor [Greek]

Scale Omnibus name: Sabach [Greece]

Anasazi

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–3–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–4–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–3–5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ E G A B c
  C D E♭ E G A B c

G cleffCDD sharpEGABCbarlineCDE flatEGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Vanaspati
  Mode 5 of: Mararanjani
  Mode 6 of: Modified Blues

The name I use for this scale comes from: Clint's Invented Name, based on common usage among Native American flute players.

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Six-hole Anasazi

Maqam Tarznauyn

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–1–3–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–6–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–d5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F F♯ A A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ F G♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFF sharpAA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatFG flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Ionian Sharp 5
  Mode 3 of: Roumanian Minor
  Mode 4 of: Spanish Gypsy
  Mode 5 of: Kosalam
  Mode 6 of: Ultra Locrian
  Mode 7 of: Harmonic Minor

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Locrian natural 6, Maqam Tarznauyn

Piano Encyclopedia names: Dorian b2 b5; Dorian b9; Locrian Nat. 6; Locrian #6; Maqam Tarznauyn

Scale Omnibus names: Dorian b9; Locrian #6; Locrian Natural Maj6

Maqam Karcigar

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–3–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ A A♯ c
  C D E♭ F G♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpAA sharpCbarlineCDE flatFG flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Maqam Huzzam
  Mode 3 of: Lydian Diminished
  Mode 4 of: Chakravakam
  Mode 5 of: Aeolian Flat 1
  Mode 6 of: Locrian Double-flat 7
  Mode 7 of: Sarasangi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Makam Karcigar, Maqam Nahawand Murassah, Dorian flat 5, Blues Heptatonic, Kiourdi ascending, Kartzihiar: Greece

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Dorian b5; Kartzihiar; Kiourdi ascending; Locrian Nat. 2/6; Locrian #2 #6; Maqam Karcigar; Maqam Nahawand Murassah

Scale Omnibus names: Blues Heptatonic; Dorian b5; Kartzihiar; Maqam Karcigar; Maqam Nahawand Murassah

Maqam Athar Kurd

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G G♯ B c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Persian
  Mode 6 of: Chalanata
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Melakarta name: Shubhapantuvarali
Scala names: Todi That, Mela Shubhapantuvarali, Raga Multani, Gamakasamantam, Chromatic Lydian inverse, Maqam Athar Kurd
ChordHouse names: Mela Subhapantuvarali; Todi Theta
Melakarta Raga: Shubhapantuvarali
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Lydian Inverse; Mela Shubhapantuvarali; Raga Gamakasamantam; Raga Multani; Todi Thaat 2; Tritus authenticus

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Lydian Inverse; Maqam Athar Kurd; Mela Shubhapanturavali; Raga Gamakasamantam; Raga Multani

Maqam Nawa Athar

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G G♯ B c
  C D E♭ G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCDE flatG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Oriental B
  Mode 3 of: Ionian Augmented #2
  Mode 4 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7
  Mode 5 of: Byzantine
  Mode 6 of: Rasikapriya
  Mode 7 of: Ultraphrygian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Melakarta name: Simhendramadhyamam
Scala names: Double Harmonic Minor, Hungarian Minor, Mela Simhendramadhyama, Raga Madhava Manohari, Maqam Nawa Athar, Hisar, Flamenco Mode, Niavent: Greece
ChordHouse names: Hungarian Gypsy; Hungarian Minor; Mela Simhendramadhyama
Melakarta Raga: Simhendramadhyamam
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D1—N3

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Double Harmonic Minor; Gypsy I; Hungarian Minor; Maqam Hisar; Maqam Nawa Athar; Mela Simhendramadhyama; Minor Gipsy; Niaventi Minor; Raga Madhava Manohari

Scale Omnibus names: Double Harmonic Minor; Gypsy Minor; Harmonic Minor #4; Hungarian Minor; Maqam Hisar; Maqam Nawa Athar; Mela Sumhendramadhyama; Niavent; Niaventi Minor; Raga Madhava Manohari

Blues 7-Tone

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–2–1–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–5–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–4–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F F♯ G A♯ B c
  C E♭ F G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpFF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCE flatFG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Hypodorian
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Mixolydian
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Lydian
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Phrygian
  Mode 6 of: Kanakangi
  Mode 7 of: Purvi Theta

The name I use for this scale comes from: Clint's Invented Name

Scala names: Chromatic Hypophrygian, Blues scale III

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Hypophrygian

Scale Omnibus name: Blues Leading Tone

Melodic Minor Ascending

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G A B c
  C D E♭ F G A B c

G cleffCDD sharpFGABCbarlineCDE flatFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Javaneese
  Mode 3 of: Lydian Augmented
  Mode 4 of: Vachaspati
  Mode 5 of: Hindu
  Mode 6 of: Half Diminished
  Mode 7 of: Diminished Whole Tone

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Melakarta name: Gourimanohari
Scala names: Melodic Minor ascending, Jazz Minor, Minor-Major, Mela Gaurimanohari, Raga Patdip, Velavali, Deshi(2), Mischung 1, Hawaiian
ChordHouse names: Melodic Minor (Ascending); Hawaiian; Mela Gaurimanohari
Melakarta Raga: Gourimanohari
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D2—N3

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Bilawal Thaat [North Indian]; Hawaiian; Heptonia seconda; Jazz Minor; Mela Gaurimanohari; Melodic Minor ascending; Minor-Major; Mischung 1; Raga Deshi 2; Raga Patdip; Raga Velavali

Scale Omnibus names: Ascending Minor; Mela Gaurimanohari; Melodic Minor; Mischung 1; Raga Deshi 2; Raga Patdip; Raga Velavali

Spanish Gypsy

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatEFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Kosalam
  Mode 3 of: Ultra Locrian
  Mode 4 of: Harmonic Minor
  Mode 5 of: Maqam Tarznauyn
  Mode 6 of: Ionian Sharp 5
  Mode 7 of: Roumanian Minor

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Six-hole Spanish Gypsy OT: Seven-hole Spanish Gypsy

Melakarta name: Vakulabharanam
Scala names: Mela Vakulabharanam, Raga Jogiya, Ahiri, Vativasantabhairavi, Zilof, Ahava Rabba, Freygish: Jewish, Maqam Hijaz-Nahawand, Humayun, Spanish Gipsy, Dorico Flamenco: Spain, Hitzaz: Greece, Harmonic Major inverse, Phrygian Dominant, Phrygian Major
ChordHouse names: Ahaba Rabba; Spanish Gypsy
Melakarta Raga: Vakulabharanam
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Alhijaz [Saudi Arabian]; Arabic; Dorico Flamenco; Jewish II; Maqam Humayun; Maqam Zengule; Mela Vakulabharanam; Mixolydian b6 b9; Mixolydian b9 b13; Phrygian Dominant; Phrygian Major; Raga Jogiya; Raga Vativasanta (bhairavi); Spanish Gypsy; Spanish Major; Spanish Phrygian I

Scale Omnibus names: Alhijaz [Arabia]; Avaha or Ahava Rabba; Dorico Flamenco; Freygish or Fraigish; Harmonic Major Inverse; Hitzaz or Hijaz; Humayun; Maqam Hijaz-Nahawand; Maqam Humayun; Maqam Zengule; Mela Vakulabharanam; Phrygian Dominant; Phrygian Major; Raga Jogiya; Raga Vativasanta; Spanish (or Spanish Gypsy); Zilof

Byzantine

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G G♯ B c
  C D♭ E F G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEFGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatEFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Rasikapriya
  Mode 3 of: Ultraphrygian
  Mode 4 of: Maqam Nawa Athar
  Mode 5 of: Oriental B
  Mode 6 of: Ionian Augmented #2
  Mode 7 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Six-hole Byzantine; Seven-hole Byzantine

Melakarta name: Mayamalavagowla
Scala names: Major Gipsy, Double Harmonic Major, Bhairav That, Mela Mayamalavagaula, Raga Paraj, Kalingada, Gaulipantu, Lalitapancamam, Byzantine Liturgical Chromatic, Hitzazkiar: Greece, Maqam Zengule, Hijaz Kar, Suzidil
ChordHouse names: Byzantine; Double Harmonic; Hungarian Gypsy Persian; Theta, Bhairav
Melakarta Raga: Mayamalavagowla
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N3

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Bhairav Thaat [North Indian]; Byzantine Liturgical Chromatic; Byzantine; Double Harmonic Major; Gypsy II; Hijazskiar major; Major Gipsy; Maqam Hijaz Kar; Maqam Suzidil; Mela Mayamalavagaula; Persian; Raga Kalingada; Raga Paraj

Scale Omnibus names: Arabic [Arabia]; Byzantine (or Byzantine Liturgical Chromatic); Double Harmonic; Hijaz Kar; Hitzazkiar (or Hijazskiar); Hungarian Folk; Major Gypsy; Major Phrygian; Maqam Hijaz Kar; Maqam Suzidil; Mela Mayamalavagowla; Raga Bhairav That; Raga Gaulipantu; Raga Kalingada; Raga Lalita Panchami; Raga Paraj; Raga Saveri descending

Arabian

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–1–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D E F G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDEFF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDEFG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Leading Whole-tone Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Neapolitan Major
  Mode 5 of: Leading Whole Tone
  Mode 6 of: Synthetic Mixture #5
  Mode 7 of: Lydian Minor

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala name: Major Locrian
ChordHouse name: Arabian (b)

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia name: Major Locrian mode

Scale Omnibus name: Major Locrian

Diminished Whole Tone

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–2–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–4–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–3–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ E F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ E G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpEF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatEG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Melodic Minor Ascending
  Mode 3 of: Javaneese
  Mode 4 of: Lydian Augmented
  Mode 5 of: Vachaspati
  Mode 6 of: Hindu
  Mode 7 of: Half Diminished

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala names: Super Locrian, Altered Dominant, Diminished Whole-tone, Locrian flat 4, Pomeroy, Ravel
ChordHouse names: Diminished Whole Tone; Super Locrian

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Altered Dominant; Altered \xa0I; Altered \xa0II; Diminished Whole-tone I; Diminished Whole-tone II; Locrian b4; Pomeroy; Ravel; Super Locrian

Scale Omnibus names: Altered (or Altered Dominant); Locrian b4; Pomeroy; Ravel; Superlocrian

Enigmatic

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–2–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–8–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–m6–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G♯ A♯ B c
  C D♭ E G♭ A♭ B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpG sharpA sharpBCbarlineCD flatEG flatA flatB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Kantamani
  Mode 7 of: Manavati

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala name: Verdi's Scala enigmatica ascending
ChordHouse name: Enigmatic

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Enigmatic [Italian]; Verdi's Enigmatic ascending

Scale Omnibus name: Enigmatic

Half Diminished

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D E♭ F G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDE flatFG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Diminished Whole Tone
  Mode 3 of: Melodic Minor Ascending
  Mode 4 of: Javaneese
  Mode 5 of: Lydian Augmented
  Mode 6 of: Vachaspati
  Mode 7 of: Hindu

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala names: Minor Locrian, Half Diminished, Locrian sharp 2, Minor flat 5
ChordHouse names: Half Diminished #2; Locrian #2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Half-Diminished; Locrian Nat. 2; Locrian #2; Minor b5; Minor Locrian

Scale Omnibus names: Altered Diminished; Half Diminished; Locrian Natural 2; Minor b5; Minor Locrian; Semilocrian

Hindu

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G G♯ A♯ c
  C D E F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDEFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDEFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Half Diminished
  Mode 3 of: Diminished Whole Tone
  Mode 4 of: Melodic Minor Ascending
  Mode 5 of: Javaneese
  Mode 6 of: Lydian Augmented
  Mode 7 of: Vachaspati

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Charukesi
Scala names: Mischung 6, Mixolydian flat 6, Major-Minor, Mela Carukesi, Raga Charukeshi, Tarangini
ChordHouse names: Hindu; Hindustan; Mela Charukesi
Melakarta Raga: Charukesi
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Aeolian Major [Greek]; Hindu; Major-Minor; Maqam Uss\xe2k; Mela Carukesi; Melodic Major; Mischung 6; Mixolydian b6; Raga Charukeshi; Raga Tarangini

Scale Omnibus names: Aeolian Major; Hindu; Major Minor; Maqam Ussak; Mela Carukesi; Melodic Major; Mischung 6; Mixolydian b6 (or Mixolydian b13); Raga Tarangini

Hungarian Major

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G A A♯ c
  C E♭ E G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCE flatEG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Locrian 2
  Mode 6 of: Shadvidamargini
  Mode 7 of: Nohkan Flute

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Nasikabhooshani
Scala names: Hungarian Major, Mela Nasikabhusani, Raga Nasamani
ChordHouse names: Hungarian Major; Mela Nasikabhusani
Melakarta Raga: Nasikabhooshani
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Hungarian Major [Hungarian]; Mela Nasikabhusani; Raga Nasamani

Scale Omnibus names: Hungarian Major [Hungary]; Mela Nasikabhusani; Raga Nasamani

Javaneese

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G A A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ F G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Lydian Augmented
  Mode 3 of: Vachaspati
  Mode 4 of: Hindu
  Mode 5 of: Half Diminished
  Mode 6 of: Diminished Whole Tone
  Mode 7 of: Melodic Minor Ascending

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Natakapriya
Scala names: Mela Natakapriya, Jazz Minor inverse, Phrygian-Mixolydian, Dorian flat 2, Raga Natabharanam, Ahiri Todi
ChordHouse names: Javaneese; Mela Natakapriya
Melakarta Raga: Natakapriya
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D2—N2

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Dorian b2; Jazz Minor inverse; Mela Natakapriya; Phrygian-Mixolydian; Phrygian Nat. 6; Phrygian #6; Raga Ahiri Todi; Raga Natabharanam

Scale Omnibus names: Dorian b2; Javanese; Jazz Minor Inverse; Mela Natakapriya; Phrygian Mixolydian; Phrygian Natural 6; Raga Ahiri Todi; Raga Natabharanam

Leading Whole Tone

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–2–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–8–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–m6–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G♯ A♯ B c
  C D E G♭ A♭ B♭ B c

G cleffCDEF sharpG sharpA sharpBCbarlineCDEG flatA flatB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Synthetic Mixture #5
  Mode 3 of: Lydian Minor
  Mode 4 of: Arabian
  Mode 6 of: Leading Whole-tone Inverse
  Mode 7 of: Neapolitan Major

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala name: Leading Whole-tone
ChordHouse name: Leading Whole Tone

Piano Encyclopedia name: Leading Whole-tone

Scale Omnibus name: Leading Whole-Tone

Lydian Augmented

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–8–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–m6–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G♯ A B c
  C D E G♭ A♭ A B c

G cleffCDEF sharpG sharpABCbarlineCDEG flatA flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Vachaspati
  Mode 3 of: Hindu
  Mode 4 of: Half Diminished
  Mode 5 of: Diminished Whole Tone
  Mode 6 of: Melodic Minor Ascending
  Mode 7 of: Javaneese

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala names: Lydian Augmented, Lydian sharp 5
ChordHouse name: Lydian Augmented

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Altered Lydian; Lydian Augmented; Lydian #5

Scale Omnibus names: Altered Lydian; Lydian #5; Lydian Augmented

Lydian Minor

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C D E G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDEF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDEG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Arabian
  Mode 4 of: Leading Whole-tone Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Neapolitan Major
  Mode 6 of: Leading Whole Tone
  Mode 7 of: Synthetic Mixture #5

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Rishabhapriya
Scala names: Lydian Minor, Mela Risabhapriya, Raga Ratipriya
ChordHouse names: Lydian Minor; Mela Risabhapriya
Melakarta Raga: Rishabhapriya
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Risabhapriya [South Indian]; Raga Ratipriya

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian Dominant b6; Lydian Minor; Raga Ratipriya; Raga Rishabapriya

Lydian Diminished

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G A B c
  C D E♭ G♭ G A B c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGABCbarlineCDE flatG flatGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chakravakam
  Mode 3 of: Aeolian Flat 1
  Mode 4 of: Locrian Double-flat 7
  Mode 5 of: Sarasangi
  Mode 6 of: Maqam Karcigar
  Mode 7 of: Maqam Huzzam

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Dharmavati
Scala names: Lydian Diminished, Mela Dharmavati, Raga Arunajualita, Dumyaraga, Madhuvanti, Ambika
ChordHouse names: Lydian Diminished; Mela Dharmavati
Melakarta Raga: Dharmavati
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Lydian Diminished; Lydian b3; Mela Dharmavati; Melodic Minor #11; Raga Ambika; Raga Arunajualita; Raga Dumyaraga; Raga Madhuvanti

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian b3; Lydian Diminished; Mela Dharmavati; Melodic Minor #4; Raga Ambika; Raga Arunajualita; Raga Dumyaraga; Raga Madhuvanti

Neapolitan Major

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G A B c
  C D♭ E♭ F G A B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGABCbarlineCD flatE flatFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Leading Whole Tone
  Mode 3 of: Synthetic Mixture #5
  Mode 4 of: Lydian Minor
  Mode 5 of: Arabian
  Mode 7 of: Leading Whole-tone Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Kokilapriya
Scala names: Neapolitan Major, Lydian Major, Mela Kokilapriya, Raga Kokilaravam
ChordHouse names: Neoploitan Major; Mela Kokilapriya
Melakarta Raga: Kokilapriya
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D2—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Kokilapriya [South Indian]; Neapolitan Major; Raga Kokilaravam

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Kokilapriya [India]; Neapolitan Major (or Neapolitan); Raga Kokilaravam

Notes: Sometimes mis-spelled as "Neopolitan"

Oriental A

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E F G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEFF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatEFG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Shoolini
  Mode 4 of: Neapolitan Minor
  Mode 5 of: Chitrambari
  Mode 7 of: Shanmukhapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

ChordHouse name: Oriental (a)

Scale Omnibus names: Locrian Dominant; Rahawi

Oriental B

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–3–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–6–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–d5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F F♯ A A♯ c
  C D♭ E F G♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEFF sharpAA sharpCbarlineCD flatEFG flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Ionian Augmented #2
  Mode 3 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7
  Mode 4 of: Byzantine
  Mode 5 of: Rasikapriya
  Mode 6 of: Ultraphrygian
  Mode 7 of: Maqam Nawa Athar

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala names: Oriental, Raga Ahira-Lalita, Hungarian Minor inverse, Tsinganikos: Greece
ChordHouse name: Oriental (b)

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Minor Gipsy inverse [Romanian]; Oriental; Raga Ahira-Lalita; Tsinganikos

Scale Omnibus names: Hungarian Minor Inverse [Hungary]; Minor Gypsy Inverse; Oriental; Raga Ahira Lalita; Tsinganikos

Persian

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–2–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–6–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–d5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F F♯ G♯ B c
  C D♭ E F G♭ A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEFF sharpG sharpBCbarlineCD flatEFG flatA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chalanata
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Maqam Athar Kurd
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Scala names: Raga Lalita, Persian, Chromatic Hypolydian inverse, Raga Suddha Pancama
ChordHouse name: Persian

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Hypolydian Inverse; Raga Lalita; Raga Suddha Pancama

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Hypolydian Inverse; Persian; Raga Suddha Pancama

Purvi Theta

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G G♯ B c
  C D♭ E G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatEG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Blues 7-Tone
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Hypodorian
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Mixolydian
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Lydian
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Phrygian
  Mode 7 of: Kanakangi

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Kamavardini
Scala names: Chromatic Hypolydian, Purvi That, Mela Kamavardhani, Raga Shri, Pantuvarali, Basant, Kasiramakriya, Suddharamakriya, Puriya Dhanashri, Dhipaka, Pireotikos: Greece
ChordHouse names: Purvi Theta; Mela Kamavardhani
Melakarta Raga: Kamavardini
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Hypolydian; Mela Kamavardhani; Pireotikos; Raga Basant; Raga Dhipaka; Raga Kasiramakriya; Raga Pantuvarali; Raga Puriya Dhanashri; Raga Shri; Raga Suddha Ramakriya

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Hypolydian; Mela Kamavardhani; Pireotikos; Puravi b6; Raga Basant; Raga Dhipaka; Raga Kasiramakryia; Raga Pantuvarali; Raga Puriya Dhanashri; Raga Purvi; Raga Shri; Raga Suddha Ramakriya

Roumanian Minor

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G A A♯ c
  C D E♭ G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCDE flatG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Spanish Gypsy
  Mode 3 of: Kosalam
  Mode 4 of: Ultra Locrian
  Mode 5 of: Harmonic Minor
  Mode 6 of: Maqam Tarznauyn
  Mode 7 of: Ionian Sharp 5

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Hemavati
Scala names: Mela Hemavati, Raga Desisimharavam, Maqam Nakriz, Tunisian, Dorian sharp 4, Misheberekh: Jewish, Souzinak (Peiraiotikos Minor), Nigriz: Greece, Ukrainian Minor, Kaffa, Gnossiennes
ChordHouse names: Roumanian Minor; Mela Hemavati
Melakarta Raga: Hemavati
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D2—N2

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Dorian #4; Dorian #11; Gnossiennes (Satie); Kaffa; Lydian Minor b7; Maqam Hedjaz; Maqam Nakriz; Mela Hemavati; Misheberekh; Nigriz; Peiraiotikos Minor; Raga Desisimharavam; Romanian Minor; Souzinak minor; Spanish Phrygian III; Tunisian

Scale Omnibus names: Dorian #4; Gnossiennes; Kaffa; Maqam Hedjaz; Maqam Nakriz; Mela Hemavati; Misheberekh; Nigriz; Periaiotikos Minor; Raga Disisimharavam; Romanian Minor; Souzinak; Tunisian; Ukrainian Minor; Ukranian Dorian

Marva

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G A B c
  C D♭ E G♭ G A B c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGABCbarlineCD flatEG flatGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Jhankaradhwani
  Mode 6 of: Banshikicho
  Mode 7 of: Ratnangi

The name I use for this scale comes from: ChordHouse

Melakarta name: Gamanashrama
Scala names: Marva That, Mela Gamanasrama, Raga Partiravam, Puriya, Puriya Kalyan, Purvikalyani, Sohani, Bairari, Peiraiotikos: Greece
ChordHouse names: Mela Gamanasrama; Theta, Marva
Melakarta Raga: Gamanashrama
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Houzam II [Greek]; Marwa Thaat; Mela Gamanasrama; Peiraiotikos; Raga Partiravam; Raga Puriya; Raga Puriya Kalyan; Raga Sohani

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Gamanasrama [India]; Peiraiotikos; Raga Bairari; Raga Marwa Thaat; Raga Partivaran; Raga Puriya (or Puriya Kalyan); Raga Purvikalyani; Raga Sohani

Chromatic Mixolydian

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–1–1–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–6–7–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–d5–5–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F F♯ G A♯ c
  C D♭ D F G♭ G B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDFF sharpGA sharpCbarlineCD flatDFG flatGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Lydian
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Phrygian
  Mode 4 of: Kanakangi
  Mode 5 of: Purvi Theta
  Mode 6 of: Blues 7-Tone
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Hypodorian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Mixolydian

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Mixolydian

Scale Omnibus name: Chromatic Mixolydian

Chromatic Lydian

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–3–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–6–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–d5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F F♯ A B c
  C D♭ E F G♭ A B c

G cleffCC sharpEFF sharpABCbarlineCD flatEFG flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Phrygian
  Mode 3 of: Kanakangi
  Mode 4 of: Purvi Theta
  Mode 5 of: Blues 7-Tone
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Hypodorian
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Mixolydian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala names: Chromatic Lydian, Raga Lalit, Bhankar

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Lydian; Raga Lalit

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Lydian; Raga Bhankar; Raga Lalit

Chromatic Phrygian

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–3–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–8–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–m6–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G♯ A♯ B c
  C E♭ E F A♭ B♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpEFG sharpA sharpBCbarlineCE flatEFA flatB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Kanakangi
  Mode 3 of: Purvi Theta
  Mode 4 of: Blues 7-Tone
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Hypodorian
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Mixolydian
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Lydian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Phrygian

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Phrygian

Scale Omnibus name: Chromatic Phrygian

Chromatic Hypodorian

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–3–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–4–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–3–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ E G G♯ A c
  C D E♭ E G A♭ A c

G cleffCDD sharpEGG sharpACbarlineCDE flatEGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Mixolydian
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Lydian
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Phrygian
  Mode 5 of: Kanakangi
  Mode 6 of: Purvi Theta
  Mode 7 of: Blues 7-Tone

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala names: Chromatic Hypodorian, Relative Blues scale, Raga Dvigandharabushini

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Hypodorian; Raga Dvigandharabushini

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Hypodorian; Relative Blues

Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–1–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–5–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–4–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D F G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCDFF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCDFG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Persian
  Mode 5 of: Chalanata
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse
  Mode 7 of: Maqam Athar Kurd

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Mixolydian inverse

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse

Scale Omnibus name: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse

Chromatic Phrygian Inverse

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–3–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–4–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–3–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D E G G♯ A c
  C D♭ D E G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpDEGG sharpACbarlineCD flatDEGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Maqam Athar Kurd
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Persian
  Mode 7 of: Chalanata

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Phrygian inverse

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse

Scale Omnibus name: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse

Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–1–1–2–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–6–7–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–d5–5–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F F♯ G A c
  C D♭ D F G♭ G A c

G cleffCC sharpDFF sharpGACbarlineCD flatDFG flatGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Persian
  Mode 3 of: Chalanata
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Maqam Athar Kurd
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Hypophrygian inverse

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse

Scale Omnibus name: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse

Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–3–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–8–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–m6–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G♯ A A♯ c
  C E♭ E F A♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEFG sharpAA sharpCbarlineCE flatEFA flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse
  Mode 3 of: Persian
  Mode 4 of: Chalanata
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Maqam Athar Kurd
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Chromatic Hypodorian inverse

Piano Encyclopedia name: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse

Scale Omnibus name: Raga Dvigandharabushini [India]

Ionian Sharp 5

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–3–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–8–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–m6–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G♯ A B c
  C D E F A♭ A B c

G cleffCDEFG sharpABCbarlineCDEFA flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Roumanian Minor
  Mode 3 of: Spanish Gypsy
  Mode 4 of: Kosalam
  Mode 5 of: Ultra Locrian
  Mode 6 of: Harmonic Minor
  Mode 7 of: Maqam Tarznauyn

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Ionian sharp 5

Piano Encyclopedia names: Ionian Augmented; Ionian #5; Major Augmented

Scale Omnibus names: Harmonic Major 2; Ioanian Augmented; Ionian #5

Locrian 2

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–2–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–m6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ G♯ B c
  C D E♭ F G♭ A♭ B c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpG sharpBCbarlineCDE flatFG flatA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Shadvidamargini
  Mode 5 of: Nohkan Flute
  Mode 6 of: Hungarian Major

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name, modified by Clint

Scala name: Locrian nr.2

Scale Omnibus name: Harmonic Minor b5

Ultra Locrian

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–2–2–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–4–6–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–3–d5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ E F♯ G♯ A c
  C D♭ E♭ E G♭ A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpEF sharpG sharpACbarlineCD flatE flatEG flatA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Harmonic Minor
  Mode 3 of: Maqam Tarznauyn
  Mode 4 of: Ionian Sharp 5
  Mode 5 of: Roumanian Minor
  Mode 6 of: Spanish Gypsy
  Mode 7 of: Kosalam

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala names: Ultra Locrian, Mixolydian sharp 1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Altered Diminished; Diminished Locrian; Locrian Diminished; Mixolydian #1; Super Locrian diminished; Ultra Locrian

Scale Omnibus names: Mixolydian #1; Ultralocrian

Locrian Double-flat 7

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–1–2–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–6–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–d5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F F♯ G♯ A c
  C D♭ E♭ F G♭ A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFF sharpG sharpACbarlineCD flatE flatFG flatA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Sarasangi
  Mode 3 of: Maqam Karcigar
  Mode 4 of: Maqam Huzzam
  Mode 5 of: Lydian Diminished
  Mode 6 of: Chakravakam
  Mode 7 of: Aeolian Flat 1

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Locrian double-flat 7

Piano Encyclopedia names: Diminished b9; Locrian b7; Locrian bb7

Scale Omnibus name: Locrian bb7

Nohkan Flute

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–1–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–5–6–8–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–4–d5–m6–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F F♯ G♯ A B c
  C D F G♭ A♭ A B c

G cleffCDFF sharpG sharpABCbarlineCDFG flatA flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Hungarian Major
  Mode 4 of: Locrian 2
  Mode 7 of: Shadvidamargini

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Entry on the Map of Native American Flute Tunings page: Six-hole Nohkan; Seven-hole Nohkan

Scala name: Nohkan Flute scale: Japan

Piano Encyclopedia names: Hijaz [Armenian]; Nohkan Flute

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian Augmented #3; Nohkan

Blues Heptatonic II

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 3–2–1–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–5–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–4–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F F♯ G A A♯ c
  C E♭ F G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpFF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCE flatFG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Blues Heptatonic II

Scale Omnibus name: Blues Heptatonic 2

Jeths' Mode

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–3–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ A B c
  C D E♭ F G♭ A B c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpABCbarlineCDE flatFG flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Ramapriya
  Mode 6 of: Hungarian Major Inverse

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Jeths' mode

Piano Encyclopedia name: Jeths' mode

Scale Omnibus names: Jeths; Zangula

Modified Blues

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–1–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–7–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–5–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ G A♯ c
  C D E♭ F G♭ G B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpGA sharpCbarlineCDE flatFG flatGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Anasazi
  Mode 4 of: Vanaspati
  Mode 7 of: Mararanjani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Modified Blues

Piano Encyclopedia name: Modified Blues

Scale Omnibus name: Blues Modified

Enigmatic Descending

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–3–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–8–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–m6–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G♯ A♯ B c
  C D♭ E F A♭ B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEFG sharpA sharpBCbarlineCD flatEFA flatB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Dhavalambari

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia name

Scala name: Verdi's Scala enigmatica descending

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Hungarian Major Inverse

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–2–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–6–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–d5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F F♯ G♯ A c
  C D E♭ F G♭ A♭ A c

G cleffCDD sharpFF sharpG sharpACbarlineCDE flatFG flatA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Jeths' Mode
  Mode 6 of: Ramapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Hungarian Major inverse

Piano Encyclopedia names: Locrian Nat. 2 b7; Locrian #2 bb7

Scale Omnibus name: Hungarian Major Inverse [Hungary]

Minor Gypsy Inverse

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–1–3–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–6–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–d5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F F♯ A A♯ c
  C D E F G♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCDEFF sharpAA sharpCbarlineCDEFG flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Sabach
  Mode 4 of: Sooryakantam
  Mode 6 of: Senavati
  Mode 7 of: Latangi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name, modified by Clint

Scala name: Minor Gipsy inverse

Scale Omnibus name: Mixolydian b5

Raga Rageshri

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–4–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–9–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–6–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F A A♯ B c
  C D E F A B♭ B c

G cleffCDEFAA sharpBCbarlineCDEFAB flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Raga Rageshri

Piano Encyclopedia name: Raga Rageshri [Indian]

Scale Omnibus name: Raga Rageshri [India]

Raga Sorati

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–2–2–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–5–7–9–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–4–5–6–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F G A A♯ B c
  C D F G A B♭ B c

G cleffCDFGAA sharpBCbarlineCDFGAB flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala names: Raga Sorati, Sur Malhar

Piano Encyclopedia names: Raga Sorati [Indian]; Raga Sur Malhar

Scale Omnibus names: Raga Sorati [India]; Raga Sur Malhar

Aeolian Flat 1

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–8–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–m6–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G♯ A B c
  C E♭ E G♭ A♭ A B c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpG sharpABCbarlineCE flatEG flatA flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Locrian Double-flat 7
  Mode 3 of: Sarasangi
  Mode 4 of: Maqam Karcigar
  Mode 5 of: Maqam Huzzam
  Mode 6 of: Lydian Diminished
  Mode 7 of: Chakravakam

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Aeolian flat 1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Aeolian b1 [Greek]; Lydian Augmented #2

Scale Omnibus names: Aeolian b1; Lydian Augmented #2

Raga Madhuri

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 4–1–2–2–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–4–5–7–9–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–3–4–5–6–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C E F G A A♯ B c
  C E F G A B♭ B c

G cleffCEFGAA sharpBCbarlineCEFGAB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 6 of: Pavani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Raga Madhuri

Piano Encyclopedia name: Raga Madhuri [Indian]

Scale Omnibus names: Raga Khamach [India]; Raga Madhuri

Leading Whole-tone Inverse

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–2–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–4–6–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–3–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D E F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ D E G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDEF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatDEG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Neapolitan Major
  Mode 3 of: Leading Whole Tone
  Mode 4 of: Synthetic Mixture #5
  Mode 5 of: Lydian Minor
  Mode 6 of: Arabian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala name

Scala name: Leading Whole-tone inverse

Scale Omnibus names: Leading Whole-Tone Inverse; Superlocrian bb3

Ultraphrygian

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–3–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–4–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–3–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ E G G♯ A c
  C D♭ E♭ E G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpEGG sharpACbarlineCD flatE flatEGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Maqam Nawa Athar
  Mode 3 of: Oriental B
  Mode 4 of: Ionian Augmented #2
  Mode 5 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7
  Mode 6 of: Byzantine
  Mode 7 of: Rasikapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Scale Omnibus name: Ultraphrygian

Ionian Augmented #2

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–3–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–8–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–m6–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G♯ A B c
  C E♭ E F A♭ A B c

G cleffCD sharpEFG sharpABCbarlineCE flatEFA flatABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7
  Mode 3 of: Byzantine
  Mode 4 of: Rasikapriya
  Mode 5 of: Ultraphrygian
  Mode 6 of: Maqam Nawa Athar
  Mode 7 of: Oriental B

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Scale Omnibus name: Ionian Augmented #2

Locrian Bb3 Bb7

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–1–2–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–6–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–d5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F F♯ G♯ A c
  C D♭ D F G♭ A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpDFF sharpG sharpACbarlineCD flatDFG flatA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Byzantine
  Mode 3 of: Rasikapriya
  Mode 4 of: Ultraphrygian
  Mode 5 of: Maqam Nawa Athar
  Mode 6 of: Oriental B
  Mode 7 of: Ionian Augmented #2

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Scale Omnibus name: Locrian bb3 bb7

Kanakangi

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G G♯ A c
  C D♭ D F G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpDFGG sharpACbarlineCD flatDFGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Purvi Theta
  Mode 3 of: Blues 7-Tone
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Hypodorian
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Mixolydian
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Lydian
  Mode 7 of: Chromatic Phrygian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Kanakangi
Scala names: Chromatic Dorian, Mela Kanakangi, Raga Kanakambari
ChordHouse names: Mela Bhavapriya; Mela Kanakangi
Melakarta Raga: Kanakangi
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N1

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Chromatic Dorian; In; Mela Kanakangi; Miyako-bushi I; Raga Kanakambari

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Dorian; Mela Kanakangi; Raga Kanakambari

Ratnangi

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ D F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatDFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Marva
  Mode 4 of: Jhankaradhwani
  Mode 7 of: Banshikicho

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Ratnangi
Scala names: Mela Ratnangi, Raga Phenadyuti
ChordHouse name: Mela Ratnangi
Melakarta Raga: Ratnangi
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Ratnangi [South Indian]; Raga Phenadyuti

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Ratnangi [India]; Raga Phenadyuti

Ganamoorti

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G G♯ B c
  C D♭ D F G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpDFGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatDFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Vishwambari
  Mode 4 of: Shamalangi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Ganamoorti
Scala names: Mela Ganamurti, Raga Ganasamavarali
ChordHouse name: Mela Ganamurti
Melakarta Raga: Ganamoorti
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Ganamurti [South Indian]; Raga Ganasamavarali

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Ganamurti [India]; Raga Ganasamavarali

Vanaspati

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G A A♯ c
  C D♭ D F G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDFGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatDFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Mararanjani
  Mode 5 of: Modified Blues
  Mode 7 of: Anasazi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Vanaspati
Scala names: Mela Vanaspati, Raga Bhanumati
ChordHouse name: Mela Vanaspati
Melakarta Raga: Vanaspati
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Vanaspati [South Indian]; Raga Bhanumati

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Venaspati [India]; Raga Bhanumati

Manavati

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G A B c
  C D♭ D F G A B c

G cleffCC sharpDFGABCbarlineCD flatDFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Enigmatic
  Mode 4 of: Kantamani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Manavati
Scala names: Mela Manavati, Raga Manoranjani
ChordHouse name: Mela Manavati
Melakarta Raga: Manavati
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Manavati [South Indian]; Raga Manoranjani

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Manavati [India]; Raga Manoranjani

Tanaroopi

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–3–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F G A♯ B c
  C D♭ D F G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpDFGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatDFGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Blues Heptatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Tanaroopi
Scala names: Mela Tanarupi, Raga Tanukirti
ChordHouse name: Mela Tanarupi
Melakarta Raga: Tanaroopi
  Chakra: Indu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Tanarupi [South Indian]; Raga Tanukirti

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Tenarupi [India]; Raga Tanukirti

Senavati

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G G♯ A c
  C D♭ E♭ F G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGG sharpACbarlineCD flatE flatFGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Latangi
  Mode 3 of: Minor Gypsy Inverse
  Mode 4 of: Sabach
  Mode 6 of: Sooryakantam

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Senavati
Scala names: Mela Senavati, Raga Senagrani, Malini
ChordHouse name: Mela Senavati
Melakarta Raga: Senavati
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Senavati [South Indian]; Raga Malini; Raga Senagrani

Scale Omnibus names: Raga Malini [India]; Raga Senagrani

Roopavati

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–2–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F G A♯ B c
  C D♭ E♭ F G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpFGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatE flatFGB flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Roopavati
Scala name: Mela Rupavati
ChordHouse name: Mela Rupavati
Melakarta Raga: Roopavati
  Chakra: Netra
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia name: Mela Rupavati [South Indian]

Scale Omnibus name: Mela Rupavati [India]

Gayakapriya

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G G♯ A c
  C D♭ E F G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpEFGG sharpACbarlineCD flatEFGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Dhatuvardani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Gayakapriya
Scala names: Mela Gayakapriya, Raga Kalakanti, Gipsy Hexatonic
ChordHouse names: Mela Gayakapriya; Mela Mayamalavagaula
Melakarta Raga: Gayakapriya
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Gypsy Hexatonic [Romanian]; Mela Gayakapriya; Raga Kalakanthi

Scale Omnibus names: Gypsy Hexatonic [Hungarian]; Raga Kalakanthi

Chakravakam

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G A A♯ c
  C D♭ E F G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEFGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatEFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Aeolian Flat 1
  Mode 3 of: Locrian Double-flat 7
  Mode 4 of: Sarasangi
  Mode 5 of: Maqam Karcigar
  Mode 6 of: Maqam Huzzam
  Mode 7 of: Lydian Diminished

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Chakravakam
Scala names: Harmonic Minor inverse, Mela Cakravaka, Raga Ahir Bhairav, Bindumalini, Vegavahini, Makam Hicaz, Zanjaran
ChordHouse name: Mela Chakravakam
Melakarta Raga: Chakravakam
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Maqam Hicaz [Iraqian]; Maqam Zanjaran; Mela Cakravaka; Mixolydian b2; Mixolydian b9; Raga Ahir Bhairav; Raga Bindumalini; Raga Vegavahini

Scale Omnibus names: Harmonic Minor Inverse; Maqam Hicaz; Maqam Zanjaran; Mela Cakravka; Mixolydian b2 (or Mixolydian b9); Raga Ahir Bhairav; Raga Bindumalini; Raga Chakravakam; Raga Vagedeeshwari; Raga Vegavahini descending

Sooryakantam

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G A B c
  C D♭ E F G A B c

G cleffCC sharpEFGABCbarlineCD flatEFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Senavati
  Mode 4 of: Latangi
  Mode 5 of: Minor Gypsy Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Sabach

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Sooryakantam
Scala names: Mela Suryakanta, Bhairubahar That, Raga Supradhipam, Sowrashtram, Jaganmohini, Hungarian Gipsy inverse
ChordHouse name: Mela Suryakantam
Melakarta Raga: Sooryakantam
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Bhairubahar Thaat [North Indian]; Mela Suryakanta; Raga Sowrashtram; Raga Supradhipam

Scale Omnibus names: Gypsy Inverse [Hungary]; Mela Suryakanta; Raga Bhairubahar; Raga Sowrashtram; Raga Supradhipam

Hatakambari

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F G A♯ B c
  C D♭ E F G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEFGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatEFGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Gavambhodi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Hatakambari
Scala names: Mela Hatakambari, Raga Jeyasuddhamalavi
ChordHouse name: Mela Hatakambari
Melakarta Raga: Hatakambari
  Chakra: Agni
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Hatakambari [South Indian]; Raga Jeyasuddhamalavi

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Hatakambari [India]; Raga Jeyasuddhamalavi

Jhankaradhwani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G G♯ A c
  C D E♭ F G A♭ A c

G cleffCDD sharpFGG sharpACbarlineCDE flatFGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Banshikicho
  Mode 5 of: Ratnangi
  Mode 6 of: Marva

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Jhankaradhwani
Scala names: Mela Jhankaradhvani, Raga Jhankara Bhramavi
ChordHouse name: Mela Jhankaradhvani
Melakarta Raga: Jhankaradhwani
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Jhankaradhvani [South Indian]; Raga Jhankara Bhramavi

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Jhankaradhvani [India]; Raga Jhankara Bhramavi

Varunapriya

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F G A♯ B c
  C D E♭ F G B♭ B c

G cleffCDD sharpFGA sharpBCbarlineCDE flatFGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Ragavardini

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Varunapriya
Scala names: Mela Varunapriya, Viravasantham
ChordHouse name: Mela Varunapriya
Melakarta Raga: Varunapriya
  Chakra: Veda
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Varunapriya [South Indian]; Raga Viravasantham

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Varunapriya [India]; Raga Viravasantham

Mararanjani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G G♯ A c
  C D E F G A♭ A c

G cleffCDEFGG sharpACbarlineCDEFGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Modified Blues
  Mode 4 of: Anasazi
  Mode 5 of: Vanaspati

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Mararanjani
Scala names: Mela Mararanjani, Raga Keseri, Major Bebop Heptatonic
ChordHouse name: Mela Mararanjani
Melakarta Raga: Mararanjani
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Mararanjani [South Indian]; Raga Keseri

Scale Omnibus names: Bebop Major Heptatonic; Mela Mararanjani; Raga Keseri

Sarasangi

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G G♯ B c
  C D E F G A♭ B c

G cleffCDEFGG sharpBCbarlineCDEFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Maqam Karcigar
  Mode 3 of: Maqam Huzzam
  Mode 4 of: Lydian Diminished
  Mode 5 of: Chakravakam
  Mode 6 of: Aeolian Flat 1
  Mode 7 of: Locrian Double-flat 7

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Sarasangi
Scala names: Harmonic Major, Mela Sarasangi, Raga Haripriya, Simhavahini, Mischung 2, Ethiopian, Tabahaniotikos: Greece
ChordHouse name: Mela Sarasangi
Melakarta Raga: Sarasangi
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D1—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Ethiopian [Ethiopian]; Harmonic Major; Harmonic Major; Mela Sarasangi; Mischung 2; Raga Haripriya; Tabahaniotiko

Scale Omnibus names: Harmonic Major; Mela Sarasangi; Mischung 2; Raga Haripriya; Segiah; Tabahaniotiko

Naganandini

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F G A♯ B c
  C D E F G B♭ B c

G cleffCDEFGA sharpBCbarlineCDEFGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Bhavapriya
  Mode 5 of: Vagadheeshwari

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Naganandini
Scala names: Mela Naganandini, Raga Nagabharanam, Samanta
ChordHouse name: Mela Naganandini
Melakarta Raga: Naganandini
  Chakra: Bana
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Naganandini [South Indian]; Raga Nagabharanam; Raga Samanta

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Naganandini [India]; Raga Nagabharanam; Raga Samanta

Yagapriya

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G G♯ A c
  C E♭ E F G A♭ A c

G cleffCD sharpEFGG sharpACbarlineCE flatEFGA flatACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Yagapriya
Scala names: Mela Yagapriya, Raga Kalahamsa
ChordHouse name: Mela Yagapriya
Melakarta Raga: Yagapriya
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Yagapriya [South Indian]; Raga Kalahamsa

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Yagapriya [India]; Raga Kalahamsa

Ragavardini

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G G♯ A♯ c
  C E♭ E F G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEFGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCE flatEFGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Varunapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Ragavardini
Scala names: Mela Ragavardhani, Raga Cudamani
ChordHouse names: Mela Ragavardhani; Mela Vakulabharanam
Melakarta Raga: Ragavardini
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Ragavardhani [South Indian]; Raga Cudamani

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Ragavardhani [India]; Raga Cudamani

Gangeyabhooshani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G G♯ B c
  C E♭ E F G A♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpEFGG sharpBCbarlineCE flatEFGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Neetimati
  Mode 7 of: Raga Bhankar

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Gangeyabhooshani
Scala names: Mela Gangeyabhusani, Raga Gangatarangini, Segiah: Greece, Gipsy Hexatonic inverse
ChordHouse name: Mela Gangeyabhusani
Melakarta Raga: Gangeyabhooshani
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Gangeyabhusani [South Indian]; Sengah

Scale Omnibus names: Gypsy Hexatonic Inverse [Hungary]; Mela Gangeyabhusani; Sengiach (or Sengah)

Vagadheeshwari

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G A A♯ c
  C E♭ E F G A B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEFGAA sharpCbarlineCE flatEFGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Naganandini
  Mode 6 of: Bhavapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Vagadheeshwari
Scala names: Mela Vagadhisvari, Raga Bhogachayanata, Nandkauns, Ganavaridhi, Chayanata, Bluesy Rock 'n Roll
ChordHouse name: Mela Vagadhisvari
Melakarta Raga: Vagadheeshwari
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Bluesy R and R [African]; Mela Vagadhisvari; Raga Bhogachayanata; Raga Ganavaridhi; Raga Nandkauns

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Vagadhisvari [India]; Raga Bhogachayanata; Raga Chayanata; Raga Ganavaridhi; Raga Nandkauns; Rock ‘n Roll

Shoolini

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G A B c
  C E♭ E F G A B c

G cleffCD sharpEFGABCbarlineCE flatEFGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Neapolitan Minor
  Mode 4 of: Chitrambari
  Mode 6 of: Shanmukhapriya
  Mode 7 of: Oriental A

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Shoolini
Scala names: Mela Sulini, Raga Sailadesakshi, Raga Trishuli, Houzam: Greece
ChordHouse name: Mela Sulini
Melakarta Raga: Shoolini
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Houzam I Major [Greek]; Mela Sulini; Raga Sailadesakshi; Raga Trishuli

Scale Omnibus names: Houzam (or Huzam) [Greece]; Ionian #2; Mela Sulini; Raga Sailadesakshi; Raga Trishuli

Chalanata

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–2–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F G A♯ B c
  C E♭ E F G B♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpEFGA sharpBCbarlineCE flatEFGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic Phrygian Inverse
  Mode 3 of: Maqam Athar Kurd
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic Mixolydian Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Chromatic Hypophrygian Inverse
  Mode 7 of: Persian

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Chalanata
Scala names: Mela Calanata, Raga None, Chromatic Dorian inverse
ChordHouse name: Mela Chalanata
Melakarta Raga: Chalanata
  Chakra: Ritu
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M1—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia name: Raga None [Indian]

Scale Omnibus names: Chromatic Dorian Inverse; Raga Madhuranjani; Raga Nata; Raga Nattai; Raga None

Salagam

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G G♯ A c
  C D♭ D G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCD flatDG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Salagam
Scala name: Mela Salaga
ChordHouse name: Mela Salagam
Melakarta Raga: Salagam
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia name: Mela Salaga [South Indian]

Scale Omnibus name: Mela Salaga [India]

Jalarnavam

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ D G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatDG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Jalarnavam
Scala name: Mela Jalarnava
ChordHouse name: Mela Jalarnavam
Melakarta Raga: Jalarnavam
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia name: Mela Jalarnava [South Indian]

Jhalavarali

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G G♯ B c
  C D♭ D G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatDG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Jhalavarali
Scala names: Mela Jhalavarali, Raga Varali, Jinavali
Melakarta Raga: Jhalavarali
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Jhalavarali [South Indian]; Raga Jinavali; Raga Varali

Navaneetam

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G A A♯ c
  C D♭ D G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatDG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Navaneetam
Scala names: Mela Navanitam, Raga Nabhomani
ChordHouse names: Mela Jhalavarali; Mela Navanitam
Melakarta Raga: Navaneetam
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Navanitam [South Indian]; Raga Nabhomani

Scale Omnibus name: Mela Navanitam [India]

Pavani

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G A B c
  C D♭ D G♭ G A B c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGABCbarlineCD flatDG flatGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Raga Madhuri

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Pavani
Scala names: Mela Pavani, Raga Kumbhini
ChordHouse names: Mela Pavani; Mela Suvarnangi
Melakarta Raga: Pavani
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Pavani [South Indian]; Raga Kumbhini

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Pavani [India]; Raga Kunbhini

Raghupriya

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–4–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D♭ D G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpDF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatDG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Raghupriya
Scala names: Mela Raghupriya, Raga Ravikriya, Ghandarva
ChordHouse name: Mela Raghupriya
Melakarta Raga: Raghupriya
  Chakra: Rishi
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G1—M2—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Raghupriya [South Indian]; Raga Ghandarva; Raga Ravikriya

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Raghupriya [India]; Raga Ghandarva; Raga Ravikriya

Gavambhodi

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

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Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G G♯ A c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 6 of: Hatakambari

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Gavambhodi
Scala names: Mela Gavambodhi, Raga Girvani
ChordHouse name: Mela Gavambodhi
Melakarta Raga: Gavambhodi
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Gavambodhi [South Indian]; Raga Girvani

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Gavambodhi [India]; Raga Girvani

Bhavapriya

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Vagadheeshwari
  Mode 6 of: Naganandini

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Bhavapriya
Scala names: Mela Bhavapriya, Raga Bhavani, Kalamurti
Melakarta Raga: Bhavapriya
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

  • Pelog 12TET Approximation ⇒ Pelog

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Bhavapriya [South Indian]; Raga Bhavani; Raga Kalamurti

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Bhavapriya [India]; Raga Bhavani; Raga Kalamurti

Shadvidamargini

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G A A♯ c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Nohkan Flute
  Mode 3 of: Hungarian Major
  Mode 5 of: Locrian 2

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Shadvidamargini
Scala names: Mela Sadvidhamargini, Raga Sthavarajam, Tivravahini
ChordHouse name: Mela Sadvidhamargini
Melakarta Raga: Shadvidamargini
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Sadvidhamargini [South Indian]; Raga Sthavarajam; Raga Tivravahini

Scale Omnibus names: Dorian b9 #11; Hindi b2 b3 b7; Mela Sadvidhmargini; Raga Sthavarajam; Raga Tivravahini; Todi b7

Suvarnangi

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G A B c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G A B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGABCbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGABCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Suvarnangi
Scala names: Mela Suvarnangi, Raga Sauviram
Melakarta Raga: Suvarnangi
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Suvarnangi [South Indian]; Raga Sauviram

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Suvarnangi [India]; Raga Sauviram

Divyamani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–3–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–3–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–m3–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D♯ F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D♭ E♭ G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpD sharpF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatE flatG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 7 of: Verdi's Enigmatic Descending

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Divyamani
Scala name: Mela Divyamani
ChordHouse name: Mela Divyamani
Melakarta Raga: Divyamani
  Chakra: Vasu
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G2—M2—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Divyamani [South Indian]; Raga Vamsavathi

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Divyamani [India]; Raga Vamsavathi

Dhavalambari

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G G♯ A c
  C D♭ E G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCD flatEG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 6 of: Enigmatic Descending

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Dhavalambari
Scala names: Mela Dhavalambari, Foulds' Mantra of Will scale
ChordHouse name: Mela Dhavalambari
Melakarta Raga: Dhavalambari
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: John Foulds' 'Mantra of Will'; Mela Dhavalambari

Scale Omnibus names: John Foulds' "Mantra Of Will"; Mela Dhavalambari

Namanarayani

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C D♭ E G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCD flatEG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Namanarayani
Scala names: Mela Namanarayani, Raga Narmada, Pratapa
ChordHouse name: Mela Namanarayani
Melakarta Raga: Namanarayani
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Namanarayani [South Indian]; Purvi Thaat; Raga Narmada; Raga Pratapa

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Namanarayani [India]; Raga Narmada; Raga Pratapa; Raga Purvi Thaat

Ramapriya

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G A A♯ c
  C D♭ E G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCD flatEG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Hungarian Major Inverse
  Mode 5 of: Jeths' Mode

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Ramapriya
Scala names: Mela Ramapriya, Raga Ramamanohari, Romanian Major, Petrushka chord
ChordHouse name: Mela Ramapriya
Melakarta Raga: Ramapriya
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D2—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Ramapriya [South Indian]; Petrushka chord; Raga Ramamanohari; Romanian Major

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Ramapriya [India]; Raga Nasikabhusani; Raga Ramamahohari; Romanian Major

Vishwambari

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–2–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D♭ E G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpEF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCD flatEG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Shamalangi
  Mode 7 of: Ganamoorti

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Vishwambari
Scala names: Mela Visvambhari, Raga Vamsavathi
Melakarta Raga: Vishwambari
  Chakra: Brama
  Carnatic Degrees: R1—G3—M2—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia name: Mela Visvambhari [South Indian]

Scale Omnibus name: Mela Visvambhari [India]

Shamalangi

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G G♯ A c
  C D E♭ G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCDE flatG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Ganamoorti
  Mode 6 of: Vishwambari

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Shamalangi
Scala names: Mela Syamalangi, Raga Shyamalam
ChordHouse name: Mela Syamalangi
Melakarta Raga: Shamalangi
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D1—N1

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Syamalangi [India]; Raga Shyamalam

Shanmukhapriya

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C D E♭ G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDE flatG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Oriental A
  Mode 3 of: Shoolini
  Mode 5 of: Neapolitan Minor
  Mode 6 of: Chitrambari

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Shanmukhapriya
Scala names: Minor Gipsy, Ukrainian Dorian, Mela Sanmukhapriya, Raga Camara, Chinthamani
ChordHouse name: Mela Sanmukhapriya
Melakarta Raga: Shanmukhapriya
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D1—N2

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Sanmukhapriya [South Indian]; Raga Camara; Raga Chinthamani 2

Scale Omnibus names: Damian Emmanuel; Gypsy; Gypsy 2; Hungarian Gypsy; Mela Sanmukhapriya; Raga Camara; Raga Simmendramadhyamam

Neetimati

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–3–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D E♭ G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCDD sharpF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCDE flatG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Raga Bhankar
  Mode 5 of: Gangeyabhooshani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Neetimati
Scala names: Mela Nitimati, Raga Nisada, Kaikavasi
ChordHouse name: Mela Nitimati
Melakarta Raga: Neetimati
  Chakra: Disi
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G2—M2—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Nitimati [South Indian]; Raga Kaikavasi; Raga Nisada

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Nitimati [India]; Raga Kaihavasi; Raga Nisada

Kantamani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G G♯ A c
  C D E G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCDEF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCDEG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Manavati
  Mode 6 of: Enigmatic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Kantamani
Scala names: Mela Kantamani, Raga Kuntala, Srutiranjani
ChordHouse name: Mela Kantamani
Melakarta Raga: Kantamani
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Kantamani [South Indian]; Raga Kuntala; Raga Srutiranjani

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Kantamani [India]; Raga Kuntala; Raga Srutiranjani

Latangi

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G G♯ B c
  C D E G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCDEF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCDEG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Minor Gypsy Inverse
  Mode 3 of: Sabach
  Mode 5 of: Sooryakantam
  Mode 7 of: Senavati

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Latangi
Scala names: Mela Latangi, Raga Gitapriya, Hamsalata
ChordHouse name: Mela Latangi
Melakarta Raga: Latangi
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Latangi [South Indian]; Raga Gitapriya; Raga Hamsalata

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Latangi [India]; Pelog; Raga Gitapriya; Raga Hamsalata

Vachaspati

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G A A♯ c
  C D E G♭ G A B♭ c

G cleffCDEF sharpGAA sharpCbarlineCDEG flatGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Hindu
  Mode 3 of: Half Diminished
  Mode 4 of: Diminished Whole Tone
  Mode 5 of: Melodic Minor Ascending
  Mode 6 of: Javaneese
  Mode 7 of: Lydian Augmented

The name I use for this scale comes from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vachaspati_(raga)

Melakarta name: Vachaspati
Scala names: Lydian Dominant, Mela Vacaspati, Raga Bhusavati, Bhusavali, Overtone, Lydian-Mixolydian, Bartok
ChordHouse names: Overtone; Overtone Dominant; Mela Vaschaspati
Melakarta Raga: Vachaspati
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D2—N2

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Acoustic; Bartok; Lydian Dominant; Lydian b7; Lydian-Mixolydian; Mela Vacaspati; Mixolydian #4; Overtone; Raga Bhusavati

Scale Omnibus names: Acoustic; Bartok; Lydian b7; Lydian Dominant; Mela Vacaspati; Mixolydian #4; Overtone; Raga Bhusavati (or Bhusavali)

Chitrambari

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G A♯ B c
  C D E G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCDEF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCDEG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Shanmukhapriya
  Mode 4 of: Oriental A
  Mode 5 of: Shoolini
  Mode 7 of: Neapolitan Minor

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Chitrambari
Scala names: Mela Citrambari, Raga Chaturangini
ChordHouse name: Mela Chitrambari
Melakarta Raga: Chitrambari
  Chakra: Rudra
  Carnatic Degrees: R2—G3—M2—P—D3—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Citrambari [South Indian]; Raga Chaturangini

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian #6; Mela Citrambari; Raga Chaturangini

Sucharitra

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–1–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G G♯ A c
  C E♭ E G♭ G A♭ A c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGG sharpACbarlineCE flatEG flatGA flatACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Sucharitra
Scala names: Mela Sucaritra, Raga Santanamanjari
ChordHouse name: Mela Sucharitra
Melakarta Raga: Sucharitra
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D1—N1

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Sucaritra [South Indian]; Raga Santanamanjari

Scale Omnibus names: Raga Santanamanjari [India]; Raga Sucaritra

Jyotiswaroopini

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–1–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–8–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G G♯ A♯ c
  C E♭ E G♭ G A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGG sharpA sharpCbarlineCE flatEG flatGA flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Jyotiswaroopini
Scala names: Mela Jyotisvarupini, Raga Jotismatti
ChordHouse name: Mela Jyotisvarupini
Melakarta Raga: Jyotiswaroopini
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D1—N2

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Jyotisvarupini [South Indian]; Raga Jotismatti

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Jyotisvarupini [India]; Raga Jotismatti

Dhatuvardani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G G♯ B c
  C E♭ E G♭ G A♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGG sharpBCbarlineCE flatEG flatGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 7 of: Gayakapriya

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Dhatuvardani
Scala names: Mela Dhatuvardhani, Raga Dhauta Pancama, Devarashtra
ChordHouse name: Mela Dhatuvardhani
Melakarta Raga: Dhatuvardani
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D1—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Dhatuvardhani [South Indian]; Raga Devarashtra; Raga Dhauta Pancama

Scale Omnibus names: Mela Dhatuvardhani [India]; Raga Devarashtra; Raga Dhauta Pancama

Kosalam

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–9–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G A B c
  C E♭ E G♭ G A B c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGABCbarlineCE flatEG flatGABCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Ultra Locrian
  Mode 3 of: Harmonic Minor
  Mode 4 of: Maqam Tarznauyn
  Mode 5 of: Ionian Sharp 5
  Mode 6 of: Roumanian Minor
  Mode 7 of: Spanish Gypsy

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Kosalam
Scala names: Mela Kosalam, Raga Kusumakaram, Lydian sharp 2
ChordHouse name: Mela Kosalam
Melakarta Raga: Kosalam
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D2—N3

Piano Encyclopedia names: Aeolian Harmonic [Greek]; Lydian #2; Lydian #9; Mela Kosalam; Raga Kusumakaram

Scale Omnibus names: Aeolian Harmonic; Lydian #2; Mela Kosalam; Raga Kuksumakaram

Rasikapriya

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–6–7–10–11–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–d5–5–m7–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F♯ G A♯ B c
  C E♭ E G♭ G B♭ B c

G cleffCD sharpEF sharpGA sharpBCbarlineCE flatEG flatGB flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Ultraphrygian
  Mode 3 of: Maqam Nawa Athar
  Mode 4 of: Oriental B
  Mode 5 of: Ionian Augmented #2
  Mode 6 of: Locrian Bb3 Bb7
  Mode 7 of: Byzantine

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia: Melakarta_ragams_(svg)

Melakarta name: Rasikapriya
Scala names: Mela Rasikapriya, Raga Rasamanjari, Hamsagiri
ChordHouse names: Mela Rasikapriya; Mela Visvambari
Melakarta Raga: Rasikapriya
  Chakra: Aditya
  Carnatic Degrees: R3—G3—M2—P—D3—N3

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Piano Encyclopedia names: Mela Rasikapriya [South Indian]; Raga Hamsagiri; Raga Rasamanjari

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian #2 #6; Mela Rasikapriya; Raga Hamsagiri; Raga Rasamanjari

Banshikicho

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–3–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–3–4–7–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–m3–3–5–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D D♯ E G A A♯ c
  C D E♭ E G A B♭ c

G cleffCDD sharpEGAA sharpCbarlineCDE flatEGAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Ratnangi
  Mode 3 of: Marva
  Mode 5 of: Jhankaradhwani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Banshikicho [Japanese]

Scale Omnibus names: Banshikicho [Japan]; Bebop Minor

Blues Heptatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–1–1–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–3–4–5–6–7–10–12
  intervals: 1–m3–3–4–d5–5–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E F F♯ G A♯ c
  C E♭ E F G♭ G B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpEFF sharpGA sharpCbarlineCE flatEFG flatGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Tanaroopi

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Blues Heptatonic [African]

Scale Omnibus name: Blues Mixed

Hijaz Major

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–4–1–2–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–5–6–8–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–m2–4–d5–m6–6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ F F♯ G♯ A A♯ c
  C D♭ F G♭ A♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCC sharpFF sharpG sharpAA sharpCbarlineCD flatFG flatA flatAB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Hijaz Major [Greek]

Scale Omnibus name: Hijaz Major [Greece]

Raga Bhankar

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–2–1–3

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–4–5–6–8–9–12
  intervals: 1–m2–3–4–d5–m6–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E F F♯ G♯ A c
  C D♭ E F G♭ A♭ A c

G cleffCC sharpEFF sharpG sharpACbarlineCD flatEFG flatA flatACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Gangeyabhooshani
  Mode 5 of: Neetimati

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Raga Bhankar [Indian]

Synthetic Mixture #5

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–2–2–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–2–4–6–8–9–10–12
  intervals: 1–2–3–d5–m6–6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D E F♯ G♯ A A♯ c
  C D E G♭ A♭ A B♭ c

G cleffCDEF sharpG sharpAA sharpCbarlineCDEG flatA flatAB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Lydian Minor
  Mode 3 of: Arabian
  Mode 5 of: Leading Whole-tone Inverse
  Mode 6 of: Neapolitan Major
  Mode 7 of: Leading Whole Tone

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Synthetic Mixture #5

Scale Omnibus names: Lydian Augmented Dominant; Synthetic Mixture #5

Verdi's Enigmatic Descending

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–3–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in semitones: 0–1–2–4–7–8–11–12
  intervals: 1–m2–2–3–5–m6–7–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D E G G♯ B c
  C D♭ D E G A♭ B c

G cleffCC sharpDEGG sharpBCbarlineCD flatDEGA flatBCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Divyamani

The name I use for this scale comes from: Piano Encyclopedia / Simon Parker

Piano Encyclopedia name: Verdi's Enigmatic descending [Italian]

 
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