• JesseReyna
Well now here is a trick question...Is the last letter in the musical alphabet "G" or "H"? I already know the answer I just want to see what other people think.
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  • tanner23456
What is this? The musical alphabet? I assume you mean the note names signified by the letters A-G. I've certainly never heard it called the "musical alphabet."
  • anonymous
Well music notes are "A B C D E F G" there is no H. I play piano, Guitar, drums, and sing and have been for over 7 years. I think Id know😊
  • JesseReyna
I called it a trick question because in Germany there was in fact an "H" included in the musical notes. It simply represented G#, but there was one. Bach even composed an entire piece based off of his name: B A C H.

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