The Keyboard Notes (Sample)

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Articulate Storyline Example

The piano keyboard is made-up 88 of black and white keys. Each keys play a different sound ranging from Do (C) to Si (B), repeating on multiple octaves.

Important Vocabulary

What is an Octave?

An octave is a large musical interval that separates two of the same notes.

What are the Notes?

There are seven different natural notes.

  • C = Do
  • D = Re
  • E = Mi
  • F = Fa
  • G = Sol
  • A = La
  • B = Si