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Sharp Key Signatures. The order of the sharps. How do we remember them all in order? Fat Cats Go Dancing After Eating Beetles . Or you can remember…. Fat Cats Go Dancing after eating Beatles!. or… Father Charles Goes Down After Ending Battle. `. F# C# G# D# A# E# B#.

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the order of the sharps
The order of the sharps
  • How do we remember them all in order?
  • Fat Cats Go Dancing After Eating Beetles
or you can remember
Or you can remember…
  • Fat Cats Go Dancing after eating Beatles!

or… Father Charles Goes Down After Ending Battle

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  • F# C# G# D# A# E# B#
the process
The process
  • Think about the note that is a half step BELOW the name of the key. This note is the last sharp in your key signature!
  • Now, name all of the sharps up to and including the one you just named above. Your key signature contains only those sharps!
practice with your stand partner
Practice with your Stand partner
  • What is in the key signature for….
  • Key of D
  • Key of B
  • Key of G
  • Key of A
  • Key of E
now let s look again from another perspective
Now, let’s look again from another perspective!
  • What if Ms. Miller asks, “What key is this piece in?”
  • We go through the opposite process:
  • Name the last sharp in the key signature, and go up one half step. That is the name of the key!
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