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This is just great, to have moved onto learning about sharps, flats, and key signatures today.
The key signature tells you what notes will be played sharp or flat throughout the whole piece. If there are no sharps or flats, then your piece will be in either the key of C Major, or A Minor: these are the only two keys which do not have a key signature. It’s just that if you play the piece Twinkle Twinkle Little Star beginning on any other note than C, then you will have cause to use black notes, as C Major is the only scale which has no sharps or flats. If you play your piece Twinkle Twinkle Little Star beginning on the next note, D, then you will have to play an F# instead of F when you come to the F#. So – if you see TWO sharps in the key signature at the left of your stave of music, then the piece has to be in the key of D Major, or B Minor.
For now, just accept that C Major uses no sharps or flats in the scale, and so it has no sharps or flats in its key signature.


Also accept that  D Major has two sharps, F# and C# in its key signature: this means that every time you come to an F or a C, it will be played as a sharp note on the black note directly above these notes. This entry was posted in Learning to Read Music, Piano Lessons for Beginners and tagged flats, key signatures, major scales, minor scales, reading music, sharps, understanding key signatures.
HI FRIENDS, i really would like to thank you all for prodviing such a useful website for guys who interested in church worship. The key signature is found at the left side of the stave, where the sharps and flats are indicated.  The key signature defines the key which you will be playing in. There is only one major key for every key signature, and only one minor key used for every key signature. You will be able to identify what key the piece is written in, just by looking at the key signature. We will study more  about  scales  and their key signatures in the future  lessons, which will further your understanding of today’s lesson.


This means that an F# will be played on the black note, directly to the right of the white F note. If you were to play B flat, or Bb, then you would play the black note directly to the left of the white B note.
D major uses those two black notes in its scale, so these two notes, F# and C# are defined in the key signature. It really does not matter, because we will reiterate this information in different contexts throughout these lessons.



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