The B major scale is a musical scale that contains the pitches B, C♯, D♯, E, F♯, G♯, and A♯. This scale is used in many genres of music, including classical, jazz, and pop. The key signature for B major has five sharps. The relative minor of B major is G-sharp minor, its parallel minor is B minor, and its enharmonic equivalent is C-flat major.
B major scale is:
|Relative key||G-sharp minor|
|Parallel key||B minor|
|Dominant key||F-sharp major|
How to play B major scale on piano – Right Hand, Left Hand, Both Hands
Here’s how to play the B major scale on piano, with both hands separately and then together. First, learn the notes and finger positions for the right hand. Then do the same for the left hand. Finally, put both hands together. Remember, B has a new left hand pattern compared to C major.