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#beginquote# I do currently take AP music theory in high school, so that's a start... well more like a continuation. I took it because I'm a composer (having had 4 pieces played in concert by an orchestra, heh) and I really thought I should increase my knowledge of music theory, to expand my composing and actually understand what I'm composing. And I've been exposed to plenty of theory... about 7 years worth. I've just never known the reasoning for using 2 enharmonics right next to eachother in music, for some reason. I mean I've even seen it happen in the same measure, which I just don't get. Anywho, I don't think I understand your response... what exactly is a "function" of a pitch? #endquote#
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