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#beginquote# Hi, The sharps and flats are in designated lines or spaces, and the amount of sharps or flats designates what key apeice is in. For instance, no sharps or flats is the key of C one flat is the key of F. Wherever the sharp or flat is on the staff, that note is raised one half step, for a sharp, or one half step down for a flat. I hope this is of some help. Don I am intwersted in learning to distinguish the difference between all the different musical key signiatures. Does your site contain any of this info, since I compose music, and don't have a good background in reading music? Thanks, Don #endquote#
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