# When you reorganize the notes of a melody in the form of a scale , start on the tonic , even if the tonic note isn’t the lowest note in the melody :`…

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When you reorganize the notes of a melody in the form of a scale ,start on the tonic , even if the tonic note isn’t the lowest note in themelody :`Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart , Symphonic Concertante , III{scale source :&quot;To identify a scale type , look at the distances between scale degrees . A scalethat begins with two whole steps is probably major , and a scale that beginswith a whole and then a half step is probably minor . The scale above startswith C – D whole step , D – Eb half step ; it’s C minor .To distinguish between the forms of minor , focus on scale degrees5 – 6 – 7 – 1 . The natural form will complete the whole – and half – step sequenceWHY WHIWW ( Lesson 10.1 ) . The raised seventh degree of the harmonic formwill create a gap of three half steps between 6 and 7 ( Lesson 12 . 2 ) . And in themelodic form , 5 – 6 – 7 – 1 will look exactly like those same degrees in the parallelmajor ( Lesson 12. 3 ) . The C minor scale above has the raised 7 and three- half -step gap between 6 and 7 of the harmonic form .LESSON 12 : THE FORMS OF MINOR