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Topic: How do I find the chord
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posted: 5/4/2006 at 1:41:04 PM ET
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I understand how read, only I have trouble figuring out the sybols between the clef and the time signature to find the chord. Please explain and if possible give visual exsample.

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posted: 5/4/2006 at 7:05:34 PM ET
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You might want to take a look at Major Scale - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia it may answer your question.

There are other sites just Google it by typing major scale. Hope this helps some.

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posted: 5/4/2006 at 11:54:15 PM ET
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Hi, kletch9. I think maybe you mean the key signiture, like one # or one b and so on?
It would help us to know what instrument you play, as well, because there are different sorts of clefs.
I know it's hard to find the right term, and twice as hard if english is not your first language, but let us know if it is the chord or key signiture you are having problems with.

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