Started by Mozart, July 24, 2007, 10:25:36 PM
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Quote from: Larry Rinkel on July 26, 2007, 04:02:18 AMAha, of course. Harp homophones. A harp could very well play Cb and B on two adjacent strings for greater volume and body, or would tune to those pitches to facilitate playing repeated notes. And given a choice, the reason a harpist would prefer to play Cb rather than B is . . .
Quote from: MozartMobster on July 24, 2007, 11:23:42 PM major second ascending its on b so 1 note up is c right? Why c sharp? I really don't get it.
Quote from: LaciDeeLeBlanc on July 29, 2007, 05:47:43 PMNot exactly. It's asking you for a major second right? Think of the B major scale, the note after B is C# , then from B to C# is a major second. You can't really rely on the position of the piano keys. The key signature and the starting note is what will help you.
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