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Post by Nasake Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:19 am

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A question about the highlighted notes, for the first highlighted one, would I just play it quickly after the other? Kind of like a grace note except lasting a quarter in time?

And for the second one, the key signature is in Eb Major, so would this A be flatted twice? Once because of the key signature and the second because of the accidental?


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There is one stem going down and another that is connected with the further notes. Does this mean that I play one note as Cb and one as C or both Cb?



Ahhhh I'm going explode.

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Post by Kelly Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:44 pm

Nasake wrote:Quick Question Captureeql

And for the second one, the key signature is in Eb Major, so would this A be flatted twice? Once because of the key signature and the second because of the accidental?

That accidental is indicating an F flat major.


Nasake wrote:And lastly,

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There is one stem going down and another that is connected with the further notes. Does this mean that I play one note as Cb and one as C or both Cb?

Just as a Cb, if they wanted you to play separate keys they wouldn't have joined that quarter and eighth key together.


As to your first question, I'm not quite sure, so I'll leave it to that.
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Post by Nasake Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:03 am

Kelly wrote:That accidental is indicating an F flat major.

I found out about this one, it turns out to just be a courtesy note.
It reminds the reader that the note is still in a key that requires it being flatted, it's usually introduced when the same note has had a natural accidental applied very recently.

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Post by Kelly Fri Sep 17, 2010 3:55 pm

Nasake wrote:
Kelly wrote:That accidental is indicating an F flat major.

I found out about this one, it turns out to just be a courtesy note.
It reminds the reader that the note is still in a key that requires it being flatted, it's usually introduced when the same note has had a natural accidental applied very recently.

I was wondering why of those parenthesis. Thanks for the heads-up.
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