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ilikesax said:
(actually we have "do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si" calling notes) isn't there C, D, M, F, G, A, B in C major scale? maybe I'm not right...
Mmmmm....so M is E. I've never heard of that.

I know that in german their B is our Bb and that their H is our B natural.
 

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If it's just the E and the F it could be that those palm keys don't open far enough.
Compare the space of the opening with the D and Eb keys.
 
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