A piano consists of a panel of keys called a keyboard, which is made up of several buttons, such as A and D, that create different musical notes. Each note is given a letter to represent its place on the musical scale and is able to create different tones.
The following letters are all found on a standard keyboard: A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Of the notes on a keyboard, there are also different tones, which are found on the black keys. The tones vary in sharp and flat notes. Keyboard notes are also used in a standard music scale which vary according to the type of music being created.