Now Your Child Can Play Music Scales Quickly and Easily --
Even if They've Always Found Scales Impossible to Learn!

I'll show you step-by-step how your child or student can end their music scale learning headaches -- no matter how hard they've tried before.

Dear Parent or Music Teacher,

Of course, your child or student wants to play all the major and minor scales skilfully in any key they choose, to remember all the fingering, and to understand the complex music structures required for their music exams.

But they've tried so many traditional scale books which are full of forbidding row upon row of little black notes, lots of sharps and flats, and stacks of ledger lines. And they've followed so many music methods which promise to make learning scales easier (but don't), that they just don't know who or what to believe anymore. Your child or student just wants the headache of learning music scales to stop more than anything else, and they should!

Learn Music Scales the old way

Music scales do NOT have to be like this!

That's where I come in. My name is Betty Wagner and I'm a certificated piano and music teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. I have a long-held concern that the learning and practice of music scales should be interesting and fun, and not (as is so often the case) seen as a painful daily activity that students just have to endure.

Does this sound familiar?

Your child or student is taking piano lessons twice a week and preparing for their annual music examinations. They enjoy music a lot, and love the feeling of learning something new with every music lesson.

But they have a hidden problem. They have a real memory block when it comes to remembering and playing scales.

At first the scales were not so complicated... just C Major and G Major. But as time goes by they have to learn Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor, Contrary Motion, and Chromatic Scales.

Their music scales are contained in a large red-covered book. Inside are page after page of complicated scales... dozens of lines of horrendous-looking scales with many sharps and flats... and massive rows of ledger lines that seem to disappear into the distance! So much to master!

And that's not all: there is also a ton of complex fingering that they have to get their head around.

To cap it off, they are always aware that their music exam is looming, and that they will then be expected to KNOW and be able to play ALL of those scales!

What is the answer?

I have written a brand-new e-book, Playing Music Scales With Ease, which offers a radical new method of learning music scales easily.

It has been written ESPECIALLY to help students and children who are finding problems with scales.

If your child or student had a copy of Playing Music Scales With Ease, they would now be experiencing the thrill of a learning breakthrough in their scales -- just like Simon Macapagal's below:

After receiving your e-book on scales, I spent the weekend working through it, and the scales really started to get stamped into my brain. After so many bad experiences trying to learn music scales during my regular music lessons, I never thought playing scales could be so easy!

-- Simon Macapagal, Anaheim, CA

Yes, that's all it took!

And it can work for your child or student too...

I know, because the scales learning method revealed in my ebook has worked for dozens of my students just like your child. It's child's play. Even kids and beginners can do this.

However, I don't expect you to believe me until you see even more proof. Don't just take my word for it -- check out these real-life before and after examples:

From Pamela Walker, Dallas, TX:

My two boys, aged 10 and 13, have been having piano lessons for the past twelve months. They were both showing increasing signs of frustration and boredom trying to memorize their scales. Fortunately I came across your website page about the Music With Ease scales method. The boys love your method as it is easy, interesting and fun.

From Mary Grace Quisora, Baguio City, Philippines:

Just to let you know how much my daughter is enjoying learning scales using your e-book. I must admit I was a bit sceptical at first; but the method was so simple and easy to use, and it really worked for her. Thanks!

From Dr Michael Clarke, New Farm, QLD, Australia:

Whilst surfing the web, I came upon the brochure for your ebook, Playing Music Scales with Ease. Having always had a desire to understand music, but having had an appalling music education at school I decided to see if your book could provide me with a clear, logical and useable way of understanding music. It did!

In short, your scales book is a great improvement on what we had to suffer in the bad old days. Thank you.

P.S. I also like the cartoons and figures that illustrate the book very much.

From Jennifer Simons, Kranenburg, Germany:

Everything in Playing Musical Scales With Ease seems so easy and simplified especially Chapter 3: Fingering Tips for the Scales. I am glad I found your ebook  which I find extremely helpful and informative.

From Ronald Gibbs, Springfield Gardens, NY:

I was on the Internet when I came across your site. I downloaded your ebook on scales, and I tell you, you make it fun and very easy to understand. Thanks a million!

From Ann Stevens, Devon, England, UK:

Although I have known scales for many years, Playing Music Scales With Ease allowed me to look at fingering and key signatures differently, providing simple and effective memory tips throughout. The "music with ease" way of writing scales enables pupils to follow the notes much more effectively and easily.

Click here to read even more testimonials

I promise your child's or student's situation is not unique. And more importantly -- their situation is NOT hopeless.

The big problem is that many students who find learning music scales almost impossible believe the following three myths:

Here are the three biggest myths about playing music scales that could stop your child or student getting the results they want:

1. The first one is: They have to be an expert on reading the notes on both the bass and the treble staffs to play scales. (With the Music With Ease scales method, even beginners can play complicated scales.)

2. The second one is: They have to be a whiz at reading ledger line notes to play scales. (There are no ledger line notes at all in the Music With Ease scales format.)

3. The third one is: They have to have a photographic memory for fingering patterns to play scales. (The Music With Ease scale fingering is so easy to read and remember!)

STOP BELIEVING THESE MYTHS! It does not have to be so difficult to play scales.  The answer lies in using a simpler method.

Wouldn't you agree that it's crazy to expect different results if your child or student keeps using the same old scales method over and over again? If I keep touching a hot stove and keep getting burned -- I'd be silly to think the next time I touch that hot stove I won't get burnt.

That's why "YOUR CHILD OR STUDENT" needs to try something different...

Here's how my ebook can help your child or student master music scales easily and quickly starting today...

You see, I've just completed a new learning method contained in my ebook called Playing Music Scales With Ease that gives a step-by-step formula for playing all the major, minor, contrary motion and chromatic scales... with great ease.

This ebook is different from anything else you've seen on the market. It contains a method that has taken me five years to develop and test with my students.

All the scales in the ebook are written in an easy to understand format, and the learner can see all the fingering at a glance. Learners can even play the much more difficult scales without even realizing how hard they are.

The result is a new, far simpler and more enjoyable way to learn music scales:

Playing Music Scales With Ease

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"This is one of the most fun and innovatively different approaches to the learning of music scales.

Thanks so much! I almost gave up hope of ever learning scales until your e-book."

-- Gabriel Kemeny
Bondi NSW, Australia

Here are just a few of the breakthrough benefits inside Playing Music Scales With Ease:

This ebook makes playing scales a breeze, instead of a real chore.

All the 61 fundamental music scales (required for examinations) are presented in a really easy, simple style:
- Major;
- Harmonic Minor;
- Melodic Minor;
- Contrary Motion Major;
- Contrary Motion Harmonic Minor; and
- Chromatic.

This ebook allows your child or student to brush up their music knowledge with a fascinating tour through the history of scales starting in the 6th century BC, illustrated with "click and play" embedded music clips.

This ebook has 22 pages of scale tips and memory games designed to help the music student blitz through difficult examinations:

- Compare all 24 Major and Harmonic Minor scales in one easy-to-read chart (page 14)

- Discover an easy way to remember the number of sharps and flats in every Major and Harmonic Minor scale (page 14)

- Make scale fingering a breeze by seeing the similar fingering patterns in 30 of the 36 Major, Harmonic Minor and Melodic Minor scales (pages 16 - 17)

- Notice similar fingering patterns in Contrary Motion scales and master these scales easily by following a simple tip (pages 18 - 19)

- Finger any Chromatic scale with ease by applying a simple method (page 20)

- Remember the order of all the Major and Minor scale names (page 21)

- Remember the order of all the sharps or flats in the key signature (page 21)

- Easily work out how many sharps or flats are in any Major or Minor scale (page 22)

- Discover some great shortcuts for remembering the number of sharps and flats in scales (page 23)

- Learn how to find Relative Major and Minor scales and construct Tonic Major and Minor scales with ease (page 24)

- And make practising scales more fun by trying the Music With Ease alternative method (page 25)

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How does this ebook make learning
to play music scales so easy?

The following table shows the many ways that Playing Music Scales With Ease teaches your child or student to play music scales more easily -- as compared to the other books, courses and ebooks on the market today...

Methods Used for Teaching
Music Scales
How most music books and courses teach music scales How Playing Music Scales With Ease teaches music scales
Scales are presented as endless rows of little black notes Yes No
Scales are written with huge stacks of ledger lines Yes No
Scales are written in an easy-to-read format that even a small child can use No Yes
Fingering patterns are made crystal clear so that learning fingering becomes a breeze No Yes
A fascinating tour through the history of music scales is offered with embedded sound clips No Yes
Dozens of scales tips are given to help students blitz through scales exams No Yes

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Betty Wagner

Piano Teacher
Associate Trinity College London, Associate Music Australia

P.S. Learning to play music scales is critical for your child's music examination success. The $14.97 you invest in this ebook is only a tiny fraction of the cost of your child's music lessons. Yet it will ensure that they will breeze through learning to play their music scales -- and enjoy achieving exam success and going to the next level of music performance!

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