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8 thoughts on “ From A Flat To C ”

  1. Kinris says:
    The Fm begins life as minor sub-dominant in C, but then we reinterpret that to be the ii chord in Eb. Or we could modulate from C major to B major with the progression C - Em - F# - B. The Em appears as iii in C major, but we reinterpret it as the minor sub-dominant iv in the key of B. Neapolitan 6thMissing: Flat.
  2. Kagal says:
    Dec 02,  · Provided to YouTube by IDOL From a Flat to C · John Kirby and His Onyx Club Boys Jazz Masterpieces, Vol. 14 ℗ Tsk Music Released on: Composer: Kyle Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Kakazahn says:
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  4. Akirr says:
    So, when we compare C minor and Eb major, the key signature is 3 flats and C and Eb are a minor third apart, so we say C minor is the relative minor of Eb major, or vice versa, that Eb major is the relative major of C minor. Another common example is the 0b/0# natural key signature and the relationship between C major and A minor.
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  6. Dulabar says:
    The interval between C and C is a perfect 8th (perfect octave) Minor intervals. If a major interval is made smaller by a semitone it becomes minor: The interval between C and D flat is a minor 2nd; The interval between C and E flat is a minor 3rd; The interval between C and A flat is a minor 6th.
  7. Kajik says:
    Jan 09,  · The quick answer is that you should play a whole step DOWN from whatever note you see on the sheet (assuming your sheet music is in concert C) More detailed, theory-laden answer: The easiest way I've found to think about this is to relate to yo.
  8. Duramar says:
    Dec 27,  · Karen -- sometimes, if you buy scores for music (that is, vocal and instrumental parts), you`ll get some b-flat parts included. Otherwise, you can transpose C parts by taking every note up a whole step (and the key signature would change by a whole step to, from, say, D to E). If you don`t know how to do this, get a musician to help you out.

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