Key-signature meaning

The group of sharps or flats placed to the right of the clef on a staff to identify the key.
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(music) A music notation indicating the key of a piece or section by means of sharps or flats positioned on the staff: the opening or predominant key of a piece is indicated directly after the opening clef.
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(music) An indication of the key of a composition, giving the number of sharps or flats in the corresponding scale.

The key signatures of D major and b minor both have two sharps.

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