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#beginquote# There are only 15 major keys. The flat keys take up 7, the sharps 7 and 1 with neither= 15 The order of sharps are f,c,g,d,a,e,b the sharp keys are GM- 1# DM- 2# AM- 3# EM- 4# BM- 5# C#M- 6# F#M- 7# The reason C# and F# are called # is because the notes are already sharped in the key signature. No other reason.In the others those note names AREN"T sharped hence no # in the name. The same reason applies to flat keys. Bb is called flat because B is flatted in the key signature. #endquote#
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