|Main Entry:||blues scale|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||in music, a scale generally consisting of tonic, major second, minor third, fourth, fifth, major sixth, and minor seventh, in which notes, particularly the third, fourth, and fifth may be bent|
|Example:||The best way to describe the Blues scale with standard music theory is using a pentatonic scale and add some extras.|
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