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Chopin Nocturne in F minor Op. 55 No. 1 m.71 accidental and fingering

The Ab is used because the harmony at that moment is Bb7 (Bb-D-F-Ab); whereas, the G# is used because the harmony at that moment is E7 (E-G#-B-D). The lower score is emphasizing execution over (...
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Which finger is correct for number 5 on guitar tab?

The numbers denote frets, not fingers. If you can grab a chord and leave the left hand in place while you play the strings one by one, rather than shift the hand between every two tones, that's often ...
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Which finger is correct for number 5 on guitar tab?

I was just about to get into a whole can of worms after reading the first couple of replies, but I see someone finally answered you correctly. In tablature, the numbers are not suggested fingerings, ...
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Changed string on violin, the string is in tune but my finger placement has to change

According to physics, this will happen if the new string is stiffer than the previous string. After all, when placing a finger you’re not only shortening the vibrating part of the string, you are also ...
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Changed string on violin, the string is in tune but my finger placement has to change

I would stop at this point and take the instrument to a professional because something doesn't add up. Either something is not the way you're perceiving it to be, or something is wrong that you haven'...
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