What is the signature of the key of F

villains72
Asked Feb 26, 2010
i bet no one answered because none of us (including me) understand your question may be you should try to explain your question ;D
Hatrat
Answered Apr 03, 2010
Well that's not true at all, it's clearly in reference to sheet music.
oh, still, the person didn't explain it, im a kid anyways ;D
Hatrat Apr 06, 2010
Well a tip for next time: Don't assume that just because you don't get it that nobody gets it. Like you said, you're a kid, you still have a lot to learn.
So here's today's lesson: You're an individual, you don't speak for everyone.
i think you spend wwaaaaay to much time cyber-bullying people than you do hanging out or doing normal stuff in reality, but that's just one KIDS opinion, thank ya very much
Thanks haha you rock!XD and sooooo true!XD
Hatrat Jul 03, 2011
This should help you, it's known as The Circle of Fifths. It's a chart showing the major and minor keys, and their signatures:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Circle_of_fifths_deluxe_4.svg
Oni_Kami
Answered Apr 04, 2010
Is this a math question or music question?
yifawu
Answered Sep 06, 2014

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