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Chapter 3: Major and Minor Scales Name: Date: Instructor's Name: Lrsson 19: ExencrsEs ",-: . Identifu the minor key represented by these key signatures (keys with three or fewer flats or sharps in the key signature). i9-2. Identify the minor key represented by these key signatures (all keys). b_ _e- b_ @ D-ROM a+ J

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Chapter 3: Major and Minor Scales M d Wriie the key signXture for these minor keys (keys with three or fewer sharps or flats in the key signature). Be sure to write sharps or flats in the correct order and position on the staff (see the circle of fifths dia- gram on p.196 for models). a b
Chapter 3: Maior and Minor Scales 205 Name: Date: Instructor's Name: : 9-4. Write the key signature for these minor keys (all keys). Be sure to write sharps or flats in the correct order and position on the staff (see the circle of fifths diagram on p. 196 for models).

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Chapter 3: Major and Minor Scales lilb' tiO;) \Sir/ D-ROM g. Bach, Fugue Key: Name the two keys (one major and one minor) represented by these
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## This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course ECON 323 taught by Professor Jakes during the Spring '10 term at Alcorn State.

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