02c - Learning to Read Music 2 Lesson 3 by deathadderprateek

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									                                         Learning to Read Music 2: Lesson 3
                                         By Christopher Schlegel




If a piece of music (or a whole section) is in one key signature and changes to another there is a proper procedure to follow to
indicate this change.

First, a double bar line is drawn. Next, the new key signature is indicated before any other notes happen. In the example, we
are in the key of G major with itâ s one sharp indicated on the F line. But then we change to F major which is indicated by a
flat symbol on the B line (since the only accidental in the key of F major is B-flat).




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                                       Learning to Read Music 2: Lesson 3
                                       By Christopher Schlegel




In some musical scores key signature sharps or flats are â cancelled outâ by a natural sign placed on the appropriate line(s)
or space(s) of the music staff. Then the new key signature is indicated.




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