Notes: C, D, E, F, G, G#, A, and B - Key: C - Origin: American - Category: Nonatonic or Ennatonic Scales
The C Bebop Major I uses nine notes per octave. Because of this same reason it is a member of the so called Nonatonic or Ennatonic -scales that have Nine-note (or Nine-tone). On the piano keyboard, it is made up of one black keys: G# and seven white keys: C, D, E, F, G, A, and B. This combination makes this scale - as well as the C Bebop Dominant, C Bebop Half-Diminished, and C Bebop Major II - as great choices for composing or improvising American music.
If we take a look a the key signature of the C Bebop Major I Scale we can find it has no flats and one sharps. Therefore, on sheet music you will find one accidentals on the score. The notes of this scale are: C, D, E, F, G, G#, A, and B.