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Old 03-31-2006, 03:55 AM
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Originally Posted by suetuba
Horn in F refers to the pitch of the harmonic series of the tubing, and by convention with horns the first, second and fourth harmonics are referred to as C by the horn player, when it is actually concert F. So if C on the horn is F on the piano, then a horn will always be notated in one sharp more than the piano.


Sue

oh my....I am still all confused...is there a place I could post my arrangement where someone smarter than I could look, and tell me which keys I need to be in??? lolol
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