Example4 Flat Key Exerc ise
CFBEThis example starts with one flat at the beginning, putting us in the key of F major. You must remember that every B note is actually a Bb so you can play ‘in position’ and conform your fingers to an F major
DGCscale shape to remind you. In the second half an Eb note is introduced changing the key to Bb major. Once again playing in a Bb major scale shape should help you remember to include both the Bb and Eb notes.