The musical alphabet is made up of seven letters: A, B, C, D, E, F and G, although not necessarily in that order. These letters can be combined in many different ways to make music. More »

Musical instruments that start with the letter "I" include the igil, ipu, Irish uillean, Irish bouzouki, ichigenkin, inci, iya, itotele and istarski mih. The instruments originate from countries ranging from Cuba and Ire... More »

The fifth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is the letter "Hei." The letter has an alternative spelling that is sometimes seen of "Hey." In the Latin alphabet, the letter Hei became the current letter E. More »

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The song "Supermassive Black Hole" by Muse can be learned on guitar by reading the tablature, where the strings of the guitar are represented by horizontal lines, reading, from top to bottom, "E, A, D, G, B, e." The numb... More »

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Scientists use a star's temperature to classify it into one of seven main groups referred to by the letters O, B, A, F, G, K and M, in descending order. Within those groups, stars receive a number classification based up... More »

"Reveille" follows the bugle scale in the order of the notes C, G, C, E and G in C major. The United States Army maintains public access to the sheet music for "Reveille," a very short bugle or trumpet piece used to call... More »

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The notes A, B, C, D, E, F and G are used to play the song "Happy Birthday." The musical sequence is: D D E E G F#, D D E D A G, D D D' B G F# E, C C B G A G. More »