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The key signatures of music are kind of like the signs of the zodiac. If you take all the music in a given key, you’ll discover certain characteristics — characteristics that can define your personality.

Do you know an F major person? To get to know F major a little better, click on the orange play button. Follow along with the pop-up comments to find out what composition is playing.

Read about F major's characteristics below, and meet some F major people in the photo gallery above.

F major: The Perfect Companion

Key characteristics:  Generous. Decisive. Unpretentious.

Your biggest strength: You're the most supportive person there is.

Your potential weakness: Sometimes you can be a little impatient.

Likes: Sunshine, dinner parties, being in control.

Dislikes: Pomposity, the small print, people who complain all the time.

Preferred outfit: Something that's just right: comfortable and not flashy, but nonetheless head-turningly fashionable.

Animal symbol: Cheetah.

Zodiac sign most similar to: Taurus, Cancer.

Classic F major people:

- Belle from Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
- Claire Dunphy from Modern Family.
- Tami Taylor from Friday Night Lights.
- Alexx Woods from CSI: Miami.
- Emma Thompson as Beatrice in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
- Betty Cooper from the Archie comics.

Which key are you?

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blueshadow216
#1 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 07, 2013

F major is my favourite major key, and is even more so after this episode. Thanks so much <3

I love you, F major. As much as I like astronomy (and I'm crazy about it) :)

blueshadow216
#2 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 07, 2013

F major is even more beautiful than A major

onlytony
#3 posted by
onlytony
on Oct 07, 2013

all characterizations are feminin

all composers are masculine

why

blueshadow216
#4 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 07, 2013

there are many "male" keys, such as B minor, G major, E major, etc...

headspacej
#5 posted by
headspacej
on Oct 07, 2013

Mozetich in the opening was pure brilliance. Ethereal!

onlytony
#6 posted by
onlytony
on Oct 07, 2013

the females are no more than roles offered them by men

an imaginary reality which says more about males than females

had the composers been women

much more of a discovery process

rather than a self-edifying one for men 

blueshadow216
#7 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 07, 2013

actually, it depends on how you hear the keys. Not everyone might necessarily agree on the gender of keys as described here, so it's quite subjective really.

 

But this is a great series

blueshadow216
#8 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 08, 2013

We all need F major people in our lives

onlytony
#9 posted by
onlytony
on Oct 08, 2013

ditto

blueshadow216
#10 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 10, 2013

glad you agree :)

blueshadow216
#11 posted by
blueshadow216
on Oct 10, 2013

I just wanna ask: how do you get the pictures of these people to fit onto the images of those keys?

Derek Lindner
#12 posted by
Derek Lindner
on Oct 10, 2013

It's complimentary that in the blog lineup this post is right beside the Denise Djokic and David Jalbert Disc of the week, even if both works they're playing are in G minor.

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