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posted: 5/29/2005 at 1:58:52 PM ET
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when looking the staff, how can you tell what key the song is written in?

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posted: 5/29/2005 at 4:54:34 PM ET
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Look at "How do you know what key you are in?" by anonymous on down the forum. Sorry, but I don't feel like typing it out again

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posted: 5/29/2005 at 11:06:57 PM ET
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when looking at either the treble cleff or the bass cleff, there will be something like this,# sharp, or b flat, or nothing. When there is no sharp or flat signs, that is the key of C. An example of one sharp is the key of G. One flat is the key of F. Check out www.teoria.com for more info

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