• Here’s the fingering for all 12 major scales…

    in Scales

    This lesson comes from pages 35 and 36 of the second version of my home study course (it isn’t out yet but I’ve been writing it for like 2.5 years now). Check it out…

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    1 Joshua

    I want to really thank u 4 dis opportunities. Honestly,even as a novice now on piano,wit ur help i suld bcom a guru someday. Thanks Mr. J

    2 Corey Lewis

    I’ve been trying to practice this fingering technique for a while but it seems i can’t remember is and always try to use 1-2-3-1-2-3-4-5 and 5-4-3-2-1-3-2-1. Am i suppose to memorize it or is it just to be helpful? Thank you for all you done!

    3 Graphic Design Belfast

    hi I considered you possibly condone my guide

    4 AutoSmart

    Greeting admire your blog take a ganders of mine

    5 Marcus B

    Thanks Jermaine, you’re still the best instructor. Been kind of busy with homework. I wish now that I hadn’t started taking classes at the local college here so that I can concentrate and devote more time to piano. Good analogy about MJ, he is in my opinion one of the best, you know we are from different eras and we have our likes. Keep up the good work and you are focused !!

    6 Soloklef

    The illustrations are very helpful and easy to understand especially when one could not remember the fingerings properly. Thanks

    7 Thomas

    Tnx Mr Jermain. I never took all these stuff seriously until i saw your fingering chart neat tabular arrangement. pls i like yu to be my instructor, i want to learn more

    8 sunil

    This has been really helpful. Thank you so much. :) Can you please provide a similar Right hand left hand image for minor scales as well? .:))) Thank you.

    Regards,
    Sunil.

    9 izzy

    can i print this????

    10 Daniel

    Thanks. Great information. I really appreciate your sharing of knowledge to help beginners.

    May God bless you.

    11 Andrew

    thank you for this in4

    12 Ogbonna kayorochi

    I thank you boss the previllage to learn on site.thanks and more grace

    13 J piano

    I love to obtain a DVD from you sir

    14 Ben

    Your guide says to ALWAYS put finger 5 or 1 on the first note of the scale, which is a bit confusing because the chart does not really reflect this statement. Anyway It’s a helpful guide, thanks.

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