Table Key signature Added ♯ Major key 1 sharp F♯ F major 2 sharps C♯ B♭ major 3 sharps G♯ E♭ major 4 sharps D♯ A♭ major 3 more rows
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♮ ) used to cancel the seven sharps ( ♯ ) of the previous signature. Natural key signature: a key signature with seven naturals ) used to cancel the seven sharps () of the previous signature. The key signature may be changed at any time in a piece by providing a new signature. If the new signature has no sharps or flats, a signature of naturals, as shown, is used to cancel the preceding signature. If a change in signature occurs at the start of a new line on the page, where a signature would normally appear, the new signature is customarily repeated at the end of the previous line to make the change more conspicuous.
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The Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 538 by Bach has a key signature with no sharps or flats, indicating that it may be in D, in the Dorian, but the B♭s that occur in the piece are written with accidentals, making the music actually in D minor. Keys which are associated with the same key signature are called relative keys. When musical modes, such as Lydian or Dorian, are written using key signatures, they are called transposed modes.
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