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#beginquote# Taciturn is correct. the notes b and d as you described them (with the b being just above the top line in the bass clef) would straddle middle C. As for the fingerings, Taciturn is correct again. Many beginning books have the student start with the thumbs on middle c. However, considering that the song may use and F#, some beginning books would have moved on to a "root position" fingering pattern by then. If so, the left hand would play the G with the pinky, the B with the middle finger and the D with the thumb. The fingerings should be marked using numbers to represent each finger. The thumb is 1, the pinky is 5. etc. . . . GOOOOOOROOOOOO #endquote#
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