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Ch 3: Keys
Lesson 5: Key of A

Constructing A Major Since the key of A major uses the notes in the A major scale, you need to construct the A major scale. Have your guitar with you as you do this. The goal is to identify any sharps or flats. Write “A...

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Ch 3: Keys
Lesson 4: Key of D

Constructing D Major Since the key of D major uses the notes in the D major scale, you need to construct the D major scale. If you do that and identify the sharps and flats, you’ll have figured out the key signature for...

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Ch 3: Keys
Lesson 3: Key of C

Building a Key Signature Since the key of C major uses the notes in the C major scale, you need to construct the C major scale. If you do that and identify the sharps and flats (if there are any), you’ll have figured out...

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Ch 3: Keys
Lesson 2: Key Signatures

Fingerprints A key signature is like a fingerprint for a key. It identifies a key as being different from all other keys. Key signatures are expressed as a collection of sharps and flats. For example, the key signature for the...

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Ch 3: Keys
Lesson 1: What’s A Key?

Objectives: In this chapter, you’ll learn what keys are and write out the notes in all 12 keys. Keys A key (in music) is a group of notes that a song or musical idea is based on. This is usually referred to as the tonal...

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