KEY SIGNATURES2

The Order of Sharps
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When learning how pitches are notated on the staff, memorizing sentences helped you to remember them.
F# C# G# D# A# E# B#
Yes, I asked STEPS to share this remembering sentence with you.
When performing, be a fine musician and strive to fulfill the sentence above.
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Here is the traditional sentence Scroll taught me for the Order of Sharps.
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Remembering the Order of Sharps, allows you to figure out Keys with Sharps efficiently.
Here is the rule:
The pitch one half-step higher than the last sharp is the Key.
Earlier, we constructed a D major Scale and determined that the sharps F# and C# are required in the key of D major.
Each Key Signature’s last sharp is the scales LEADING TONE.
Remember, Scale-Degree names originate from their pitch function. The Leading Tone is the 7th Scale degree of the Major scale. In the major scale W-W-½-W-W-W-½ pattern, there is a half-step between Scale-Degree 7 and Scale-Degree 8.
The LEADING TONE leads the scale back to the TONIC.
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