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A-sharp major

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A-sharp major (uncountable)

  1. (music) the major key with A-sharp as its tonic and the notes A#, B#, C##, D#, E#, F##, G##. Such a high number of accidentals (especially double sharps) is undesirable. Therefore, it is usually scored and referred to as its enharmonic equivalent; B-flat major.
  2. (music) the major chord with a root of A-sharp

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