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#beginquote# In short, A minor has no sharps or flats in the key signature. There will be however a G sharp most of the time the note G occurs. To change a major key to a minor key, add three flats. Sharps and flats combined cancel each other out, much like working with positive and negative integers. The key of A major has three sharps. Add three flats and the net is zero. In minor keys however, the seventh note is most often raised on half step. www.ipracticemore.com #endquote#
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