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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# 1. Is it an "x"? If so, it is a double sharp, raising the note one full step. If it is next to an F, there is probably an F# in the key signature, so it would raise it to F double sharp (equal to a G). 2. If there was a double sharp, the natural and sharp would indicate that the double sharp is cancelled and it is just a regular F#. 3. I would guess one note is part of the melody and the other is part of a moving accompaniment line. They are both to be F#. Let me know if that makes sense when you play the music! #endquote#
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