In this part three and two octave basic scales with fingerings (viewed in the Introduction) are given. Except of the Diminished scale viewed in the part "Non-diatonic scales and chords". The diminished triad is examined in more details in the same part.
Pay strict attention to the given exercises.
Firstly you have to learn the first exercise as it is noted in eighth duplets, then learn the second exercise in eighth triplets. Having mastered these two exercises separately, combine these in one and play with a metronome. This approach will help to form a true feeling of the rhythmic temperament.
The red arrow shows the direction of the movement of a fingering. The green line separates an ascending fingering from the descending one.
Two octave major scale
Two octave minor scale
Two octave major triad arpeggio
Two octave minor triad arpeggio
Two octave major seventh chord arpeggio
Two octave minor seventh chord arpeggio
Two octave major seventh chord arpeggio (dominant seventh chord)
Two octave half diminished chord arpeggio
Two octave major pentatonic scale
Two octave minor pentatonic scale
Three octave major scale
Three octave minor scale
Three octave major triad arpeggio
Three octave minor triad arpeggio
Three octave arpeggios big major seventh
Three octave arpeggios small minor seventh
Three octave arpeggios small major seventh (dominant seventh)