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#beginquote# Hey, all !! Just wondering.. when you are playing a piece of music for piano and there are two treble cleft bars (one on top of the other) on top of the base cleft bar which one do you play if playing both treble cleft bars is physically impossible? I am finding it difficult trying to make the song sound right when I can't figure out which octave to play it in... and with three bars I am supposed to be playing at the same time I am sort of confused.... I'd appreciate input... Thanks very much.... Lady K #endquote#
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