#1
Hate ****ing key signatures! God, they make me want to punch babies! Why can't sharps and flats be purely identified by accidentals!

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#2
No.

It makes it easier to write for the composer, and it also makes it easier to play once you have your mind set on, that its a sharp or flat signature..

So just no.
#4
Its nice to look at a key signature and know what the tonic is? I'm pretty sure you would have a hard time playing well without a key signature.
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#5
Quit being a music pussy and learn your fucking key signatures.
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Stupid name.
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#6
Hey people, chill out, we all hated them when we were first learning them. Never forget we all hated every minute that we had to sit there and memorize things, especially if you took a class and had to do worksheets for a GODDAMN HOUR ON NOTHING BUT WRITING ****ING KEY SIGNATURES!

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