do B# and E# exist?
my question to all experts here..
why doesnt B# and E# exist? or is it that they do exist?
plz provide detailed answers and justify.
Yes, they exist. Only you call them C and F.
Normally, convention suggests that we use all the notes in a scale...so if you ever come across a scale that does not have a B and goes to C, you use a B#.
eg- the whole tone scale where each note is at a distance of one tone from the earlier:
C D E F# G# A# B#
You could call it:
C D E F# G# A# C
and not really be wrong.
Anyway, this is a complicated question so you get a complicated answer:
thanks very much for da link.
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Last Post: 08-25-2005, 01:28 PM
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