Asked • 05/28/19

Writing E♭ Chromatic Scale in E♭ Major?

For theory practice, I am being asked to write the E♭ Chromatic Scale in the key of E♭ Major. I've learned that it is generally advised to use sharps on the way up and flats on the way down. Since the first note is E♭, I have to write it as that pitch. However, as I continue, I find this problem: (Key Signature: B♭ E♭ A♭) >E♭ E-natural F F♯ G (G♯ A-natural) The part in parentheses is the part I'm having trouble with. Should I write **G♯ A-natural** or **A A-natural**? Thanks in advance. P.S. I am doing this for Certificate of Merit so I am wondering what they will accept.

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