You can spell the following words:CovetCoveVetoVoteEgoGetGotTeeToe
You can not spell any words beginning with the letter A utilizing only the letters turoerrxcep. You also need the letter A to spell a word beginning with A.
The letters spell the word chancel.
the answer is c-a-r-g-o.
No, it is a C instrument.
the scale of c is the same for every instrument you can think of. But if you have what is called a transposed instrument (say in Bb or Eb (alto sax) or F (french horn) the c you play will sound different from the c on your piano. you will see that it matches the Bb on the piano so if you want to play in c concert (like the piano) you have to play the scale of d major.
No! The rule is i BEFORE e except after c and it is true in nearly every case
No piano is a concert pitch instrument. Strictly speaking a transposing instrument is any instrument that the base note is not C in English and Do in Italian. As a piano is a stringed instrument, it does not have a base note as such, and when one presses what he or she supposes as C, the note heard is C.