The Blues Major descending scale belongs to the group of African scales because of the geographical location where it was born and its typical sound. If you are looking forward to improvise African music, then the Blues Major descending scale can be an excellent choice.
The Blues Major descending scale contains both a major and minor third, making it a 'dual' scale. This means that the scale can be used to both create melancholic or cheerful music depending on which notes you use. The Blues Major descending is usually used for improvising ethnic music and can be a great addition for your blues piano licks.
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