Minute a Day Stage 6 Lesson 9

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This is the melodic minor scale of D minor.

One flat in the key signature, like the relative major of F major.
It is written here with accidentals and no key signature  at the beginning.
Note that F major has B flat in the key signature. As the 6th. and 7th. notes are raised in melodic minor scale,
the B flat becomes a B natural, followed by C sharp.

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The 6th. and 7th. notes are lowered again going down the scale.

Note the same pattern as for A melodic minor.
step, half-step, step, step, step, step, half-step.

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