1) the key signature does not
A. tell which sharps and flats are in the key -----my answer
B. appear in every staff in a musical composition
C. explain weather the music is major or minor
D. appear just after the clef in each line of music
2) a short musical sequence that can stand logical on its own
A. Chord
B. cadence ----my answer
C. phrase
D. Key signiture

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asked by meeya
  1. #1 surely not A. It is, after all, the KEY SIGNATURE!
    C is correct.

    C major is the same key as A minor.

    #2 cadence is the close of a phrase.

    C - the phrase is what stands on its own.

    posted by Steve

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