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#beginquote# Glad you are studying theory! As far as function of a pitch...there are harmonic, and non harmonic tones. Stable (part of underlying harmony)...or passing. In reference to your original question, if a pitch is a leading tone to a new key center.it most probably will be written as a sharp, resolving to the new key area. For example..if you see an e# instead of f natural...most probably it is on the way (the e#) to resolve to f#. glad to hear you are composing.:) #endquote#
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