Fingering for A Flat Major, G Sharp Minor and C Sharp Minor scales

Showing the coordination between the hands

RH 23 1 23 12 34 1 23 12 3
LH 32 1 43 21 32 1 43 21 2

These scales all have the same coordination as C Major, but start two notes earlier in the sequence. A good way to learn A Flat Major is to play C Harmonic Minor and then flatten the D and the B. Similarly, with C Sharp Minor, play its relative Major (E Major) and then sharpen the B.

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