imagine a piano without black keys. black keys play the note in between the white keys creating have steps. without the black keys, you wont know where a certain note on the piano, because the black keys create a pattern… Full Answer
The piano keyboard is made of black and white keys. The black keys are in groups of two and three. The note "A" is the white key between the rightmost two black keys in the group of three black keys… Full Answer
The black notes are simply the notes on a piano that are colored black. These are shorter than the white keys and are more elevated than the white keys. Their edges are also further towards the inside of the piano.
When you look at a piano, you see white keys. Between some of the white keys, you see 3 raised black keys and then 2 raised black keys. Then you see the pattern repeated. Put your fingers on the 3… Full Answer
Keys on a piano and notes on a staff are named by the alphabet A through G, and then starting over at A. Keys on the piano are black and white with the black keys organized in groups of two… Full Answer
In an Octave or Perfect Eighth, there are 12 ( 13 if you count the eighth). For scales that begin on white keys, there are always 8 white keys and 5 black keys in a single full octave. For scales… Full Answer