I'm working on learning a piano tune from a book of sheet music.
There are 1-2 bars that just seem wrong to me, to the point of distraction. Having lost trust in the correctness, I'm not motivated to learn the piece.
I'll follow-up via other avenues about the specifics, but generally speaking, what strategies are there for a student who has lost trust in a piece of sheet music (or guitar tab)?
Edit: At the risk of invoking moderators' wrath & down-votes, several people have asked me to post.
I'm working on a version of the theme from Mission: Impossible. It is in 5/4 with key signature of C (Tim points out the piece is in G minor). I realize that the piece is quite dissonant but I'm struggling with 2 bars in the right-hand, marked in red.
The first bar shown is the ending of the first right-hand descending motif; the last bar shown is the beginning of second, sibling motif.
I appreciate those that have suggested "listen to the piece, use your ear to transcribe the part", but I don't have that ability, and it simply shifts the question to "how do I trust my ear?".