One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘For example, the key of B, with five sharps, is enharmonically equivalent to the key of Có, with 7 flats.’
- ‘The repetition of the original words at the close of the first stanza returns to the original music, but modulates to E minor, the D s of which shift enharmonically to E (flat).’
- ‘Just as the pitches are enharmonically related, intervals that contain the same number of half-steps are referred to as enharmonically equivalent intervals.’
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