Rhythm Scales in D

Here is a way to practice your scales and get familiar with different rhythm patterns.

It's the major scale spanning two octaves, first with even quarter notes, then with tied triplets, then dotted quarter and eighth, then with double dotted quarter and sixteenth.

Each of these figures gives a different feel and it's important to become familiar with them. We have it in all keys, and you can play them separately. At the bottom of the page you can also select the next key in the circle of fifths. This will give you the related key that uses only one different accidental.

First, Select the Sheet Music for Your Instrument,
then, get the Sound File

Next in the circle of fifths: Key of A

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