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key signature for A major
The group of sharps or flats placed to the right of the clef on a staff to identify the key.
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(Classical Music) music a group of sharps or flats appearing at the beginning of each stave line to indicate the key in which a piece, section, etc, is to be performed
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(in musical notation) the group of sharps or flats placed after the clef to indicate the tonality of the music following.
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key signaturen (Mus) → armatura
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