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LESSON TWO: STARTER STUDIES

Staff and Keyboard

Student NotesLook at "E" above middle C on the staff above. You'll notice that it has a "" sign next to it. This means that the composer wants you to play a note that is 1 "half step" down the keyboard from "E."

Go to each white note within 1 octave and locate all the "Flatted" notes. There are five total (1 for each black note). Their  names are:

D - E - G - A - B

You are done with this lesson. Congratulations. You have now mastered "Flats."

Quick Review


  • "C" Sharp is the same black note as "D" Flat.
  • "D" Sharp is the same black note as "E" Flat.
  • "F" Sharp is the same black note as "G" Flat.
  • "G" Sharp is the same black note as "A" Flat.
  • "A" Sharp is the same black note as "B" Flat.
  •  #  stands for Sharp andstands for Flat.

Remember . . . practice at least 15 minutes every other day until you start to play and practice songs.

Java Quiz Number 2
1. Is F flat a white key or black key?
2. Is B sharp a white key or black key?
3. Is E flat a white key or black key?
4. Is C flat a white key or black key?

Score =
Correct answers:

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