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|Relative key||Db minor|
|Parallel key||Fb minor
|Notes in this scale|
|F♭, G♭, A♭, B, C♭, D♭, E♭, F♭|
To make reading and writing music easier, F-flat major is usually written as its enharmonic equivalent of E major.
References[change | change source]
- Nicolas Slonimsky (1960). The Road to Music. New York: Dodd, Mead, & Co.. pp. 16.
- Bryan Randolph Gilliam (1998). Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Work. Duke University Press. pp. 237. .
Scales and keys[change | change source]
|The table shows the number of sharps or flats in each scale. Minor scales are written in lower case.|