Music Theory - The Whole Tone Scale

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In this short scale tutorial we will be discussing the Whole Tone Scale.
The Whole Tone scale is a six-note or Hexatonic scale. It has no half steps and thus no leading tone. All six notes are separated by a whole step or whole tone. There are only 2 different whole tone scales. The scale is used in both classical music and jazz extensively. Many film scores rely on it's ambiguous nature to create dream like effects with it. Claude Debussy used the scale extensively as did other impressionist composers between 1875-1925.

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