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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# Well the # sign before the note is a sharp. If you look on a piano you have white keys and black keys. The white keys are called "naturals" but some of them act as sharps or flats. The black keys function as either sharp or flat. It depends on the key the song is played in. And I'm not really sure about the . after the note. Hope I was somewhat helpful if not then I'm sorry for wasting your time. > Trumpets rule < *Saxophones are OK* Bandito for life #endquote#
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