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comment How to interpret this chord notation?
Sue, if the chord is played as Gb-Bb-Db-F-Ab, would it not span over one whole octave? A typical person would not have a hand big enough to play it. Is it the same as Gb-Ab-Bb-Db-F?
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So, should it be Gb-Bb-Db-F ? Not sure how I can fit Ab in there.
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Seumenezes, for the GbM/9, I have this in my chord: F-Gb-Bb-Db, but it doesn't sound right. Can you help me translate it to notes please?
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revised Can you help me expand this trill in Mozart's Sonata 16 (k545)?
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