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Chapter 4 Key Sense, Key Signatures, and The Cycle of Fifths

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4.1 The Sense of Key: Attributes

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4.2 The Cycle of Fifths as a Mnemonic Device

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4.3 Relative and Parallel Keys

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4.4 Closely-Related Keys

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4.5 Modes Revisited: Transposing Modes, Construction and Identification

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