sorry! posted same thing as above
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On a conventional 12-note chromatic scale (whether it's on the trumpet or piano), there are no semitone notes between E and F, nor between B and C. Those intervals are only half-steps (semitones).
Depending upon the key you're playing in, accidentals will occasionally designate E# = F or B# = C (as well as Fb = E and Cb = B). However, one full step interval up from an E is an F#, and one full step interval up from B is a C#.
Last edited by SteveB; 02-22-2009 at 07:58 AM.
Schilke B2, Benge Burbank 3X trumpet, Benge LA 3X flugel, Olds Mendez (long) cornet, Olds LA Super (1944), Getzen Picollo
thanks for the help, nd i actually converted the notes to piano right away just so i could work at twelve o'clock in the morning without waking my house up
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