It’s either when we use accidentals in a scale or when we move in semitones. If we assume that we’re in C major, we won’t go in ascending order like: C-D-E-F-G. We’ll also add sharps as in: C-C#-D-D#-E-F-F#-G. We just add all those little black keys too (visualize a piano’s keyboard). As far as the notation is concerned, it’s common to use sharps when ascending and flats when descending.
- Post category:C / Music Glossary
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- Post published:January 28, 2021
- Post author:Librettista Capricciosa