Where is c sharp on the piano?
there are sets of black keys and keys(3in a set and 2 in a set)..C# is the first black key of the 2set black keys..there are more than 1 c# in a piano..
B sharp on the piano is C because C is one half step after B :-)
It depends on the piano. Some of them have more than 36 keys. A piano has A (sharp), B (flat), C (sharp), D (sharp), E (flat), F (sharp), G (sharp)
On a standard piano, the first three notes are, A, A Sharp/ B flat, B. If you are speaking of the Piano Notes In General, they are C, C Sharp, and D, or C, D, and E.
A c sharp e c sharp e g sharp e g sharp b keep repeating.
C-sharp major is C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C#.
The piano is a C instrument. The trumpet is a B flat instrument. Thus, to transpose piano notes to trumpet notes, you have to put each note up one whole step. If piano -> trumpet: A -> B B flat -> C B -> C sharp C -> D C sharp -> D sharp D -> E E flat -> F E -> F sharp F -> G F sharp -> G sharp G ->… Read More
F-sharp, A-natural, C-sharp (minor triad chord)
it's the second key on the piano from left to right B sharp, when played on the keyboard is what we know as C natural.
c sharp b diminished g major a minor c sharp
A B sharp is actually a C, and it's a half step up from B and a half step down from C sharp. So basically its between B natural and C sharp.
If you mean a common f sharp triad on a piano, then they would be F sharp, A Sharp, and C sharp, any combination of the three. The notes of the diatonic F sharp scale are F sharp, G sharp, A sharp, B, C sharp, D sharp and E sharp
There are two sharps in the E minor scale on piano. These sharps are F sharp and D sharp. The notes for the E minor scale are E F Sharp G A B C D sharp E.
Sonata No. 14 C-Sharp Minor for Piano-Beethoven
Bb C and E, play them all together and you get A#/Bb An A-sharp major chord is A-sharp, C-double sharp and E-sharp, or more simply stated B-flat, D, and F
E# is F on the piano, as F is 1/2 step up from e. b# would likewise be C on the piano.
In between "B flat" and "C sharp". It is also know as "B natural".
C♯ is the left-hand key in the pairs of black keys.
if you are talking about notes: c c sharp/ D flat d d sharp/ e flat e f f sharp/ g flat g g sharp/ a flat a a sharp/ b flat b etc...
Major scales: C, G, D, A, E, B , C flat ,F sharp, D flat, C sharp, A flat, E flat, B flat, and F. Minor Scales: A, E, B, F sharp, C sharp, G sharp, A flat, D sharp, B flat, A sharp, F, C, G, and D.
Enharmonics is the name for a pitch that is "spelled" three different ways. # C=B sharp, D double flat # D flat= C sharp, B double sharp....
Sharps or Flats They are C sharp/D flat, D sharp/E flat, F sharp/G flat, G sharp/A flat, and A sharp/B flat.
Sure you can, but they are the same identical note.
you start off with A sharp, C,Deeznutz
C#, d#, e#(f), f#, g#, a#, b#(c), c#
The main major chords on a piano are as follows, the first note being the lowest note in the chord, last note being the highest. C MAJOR; c,e,g. D MAJOR; d, f sharp, a. E MAJOR; e, g sharp, b. F MAJOR; f, a, c. A MAJOR; a, c sharp, e. B MAJOR; b, d sharp, f sharp. Hope this helps.
That's an A-chord with a diminished fifth. You might see it as Adim5 or A(-5) or A(b5)
D sharp on the piano is E because E is one half step after D
A concert F sharp (as played on a piano) is a C on an E flat alto sax.
On a traditional piano with 88 notes, there is 36 black or "sharp" keys, and 52 white
Piano Sonata No. 14 In C Sharp Minor - Beethoven.
What are the piano to cello conversion of these notes G sharp D sharp A sharp B C sharp F sharp E sharp and G natural?
g sharp would be g sharp or a minor. d sharp would be d sharp or e flat. a sharp would be a sharp or b flat. c sharp would be c sharp or d flat. f sharp would be f sharp or g flat. e sharp would be e sharp or f slat for which there is no such note. and g natural would be g natural.
It would be the key of G. Tubas are C instruments, like a piano.
Put the thumb of your right hand on A and the thumb of your left hand on E. C is sharp.
Press the leftmost black note in the 2 black-key groups.
For a piano it is A FLAT THEN B SHARP C,F FLAT, C,G,DDD,FGAC,BSHARP
There is no B sharp.
d,c,d,f,e,c,d,e,d f sharp,a,e,g,d,f sharp,c sharp, d, c sharp (repeat these two lines once again) e, f sharp, g, a, b, c, b, a, g, f sharp, g, a g, f sharp, e, g, e, g, a this is only part of it haven't figured out the rest yet
Three sharps mean the piece is played in the key of A. If one sharp is in front of Middle C, you play C sharp. If two sharps are in front of Middle C, you play D. If three sharps are in front of Middle C, you play D sharp.
F, Am, B, C S Sharp, E Flat
Seven notes (and their variations) can be played on a piano. A, A flat, C, C sharp, C flat, etc. There are seven notes: A, B, C, D, E, F and G. On a standard piano there are 88 keys. Every one of them is one of the seven notes or variations of a note.
Anything beyond a double sharp exists only in theory and not in practice. A quintuple sharp would raise a note by 5 half steps, so a C with 5 sharps would sound the same as F.
A note is just the key (if on the piano) that you play etc. Tones and semitones are the gaps between notes. For example (on a piano) C and D are a tone apart because C Sharp is in the middle. The gap from C to C Sharp is a semitone the same as E to F. A semitone is directly next to whereas a tone is next but one to the note.
Key relation of a piano to a trumpet It depends on what kind of a trumpet your playing. A piano is what is called a "C" instrument If you are playing a "C" trumpet you play the same notes as the piano. If you are playing the more common "B Flat" trumpet you must play two half tones above the pianos notes. i.e. Piano plays an F you play G - Piano plays a G… Read More
D falt is the same as C sharp on any instrument. so its the black key next to the C key.
its g sharp you pratt its g sharp you pratt its g sharp you pratt its g sharp you pratt its g sharp you pratt
Look on this picture http://musicianinyou.com/resources/Piano%20Keys.GIF
To the right.
The only letters on the piano are 'A,B,C,D,E,F &G. There are also sharp and flat letters which are the black keys. All i know how to play are Fsharp and Bflat. No 'M' on piano.
Trying to answer this without a handy keyboard to demonstrate on is difficult, but I will try :) WK = white key BK = black key Starting from the note directly in the centre of the piano, it goes: WK = C BK = C sharp WK = D BK = D sharp WK = E WK = F BK = F sharp WK = G BK = G sharp WK = A BK =… Read More
4 chords: 1. left hand- c sharp, g-sharp, c-sharp(middle c) right hand- g-sharp, c-sharp 2. left hand- d-sharp, a-sharp, d-sharp right hand- g-sharp, c-sharp 3. left hand- g-sharp, c, d-sharp right hand- g-sharp, c 4. left hand- f, g-sharp, c right hand- g-sharp, c Now all you have to do is play these chords together over and over again using the viva la vida rythymn(which I'm sure you know of). *Another Answer* C Sharp Major… Read More