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Key Signatures for Grade 5 Music Theory: Easy! (ABRSM)
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In the grade 5 music theory exam you need to recognise and use key signatures with up to six flats or sharps in them. This video explains an easy way to draw up tables with all the information about numbers of sharps and flats, plus which keys are relative to each other (major and minor).
We also explain how to write key signatures correctly in the four main clefs, treble clef, bass clef, alto clef and tenor clef. The position of the sharps/flats on the stave and their order is important to get right!
Finally we look at a quick and painless way to work out what key a piece is in. You'll need to be able to do this both in the composition question (where you need to know what key the piece is that you are writing) and also in the big score questions, where you are sometimes asked to identify the beginning key of a piece and later key changes (or "modulations").
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