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#beginquote# hi, to help the person with the keys problem yes the last response was correct it could get frustrating. they were right in saying what they said but when I was learning I simply remembered too little rimes, Gorillas Don't Always Eat Baboons /For Cholesterol, this one helps with the sharps. Fat/ Boys Eat Apple Dumpling Greedily Constantly, this one with with the flats, this is how it works, the first letter of each word represents the key, eg if you saw music with three sharps at the start simply count from the start of the rime like this, G,D,A now starting with the F at the end the sharps are F,C back to the start and G this means that in the key of A there is three sharps, which is F,C,G so that when you see a note on F in the key of A the same for the C it would be sharped and the G to,you sharpen or raise the note by a semitone it would be. for the flats its a little different but along the same lines, you see for, flats in a piece of music, so you count from the start F,B,E,A there its in the key of A flat then starting on the B this time, we have B,E,A,D these are the notes that instead of playing normal you flatten... I hop this has been some help to you... EDDIE #endquote#
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