#2
E Major I'm guessing, I think it changes to D Major at some point.
Last edited by wedy1414 at Mar 26, 2013,
#3
I think you should pick a song that you can identify the key/s of yourself before doing an assignment on one you cannot. If you need someone else to identify the key/s of this one for you, it's just setting you up for failure.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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#4
Quote by AlanHB
I think you should pick a song that you can identify the key/s of yourself before doing an assignment on one you cannot. If you need someone else to identify the key/s of this one for you, it's just setting you up for failure.


I think you should just answer his question
#5
^ I think that collusion is academic misconduct and all-in-all a bad idea. If you want somebody to give the threadstarter the answer straight-up, make that person yourself, rather than criticize somebody else for the assistance that they present.

TS - listen to where the themes in the song resolve to find the tonal center/key. You can hear this note evidently at the beginning of each measure during the section starting at time-stamp 0:45. I haven't listened through the entire piece, but keep in mind that the tonal center may shift at some points; a composition won't always remain in the same key throughout.
Last edited by juckfush at Mar 26, 2013,
#6
Quote by xxvenom
I think you should just answer his question


nah
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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#7
Quote by xxvenom
I think you should just answer his question

I think that TS should do his own homework. Using a bunch of people on a website could be considered cheating.