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#beginquote# It's quite simple. No sharps or flats is the key of C. For the sharps, the key is one half step avove the sharp. Example: 1 # which is the F# is the key of G. 2#'s F# and C# is the key of D. It is very important to know the progression of sharps and flats. That is where the memorization part comes into play. For the flats, it is a bi different. One flat the Bflat is the key of F. This one you have to memorize. Two flats, the B flat and the E flat is the key of B flat. Take the previous flat , and that is the key, the previous flat being the B flat. Again, you must know the proper progression of flats to know the key. I am a fragment of my imagination #endquote#
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