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#beginquote# #beginquote# hey thanx 4 clarifying with the longevity of the natural well for that Gb thing, i was just supplying an example actually, my main question is if there is any significance of a double flat in any score; if it is, and if a double flat signifies a natural note(as gbb), why would a double flat be shown, and not simply he natural?(say the key signature shows a Gb, but in the score, there is another flat upon the note g itself (with no preceding accidentals, as i mentioned)- this should typically be gbb or f natural) is it something to do with intonation, etc.? Are chopin's etudes supposed to be played under the rules of just intonation? #endquote# You could use F natural rather than Gbb. The reason Gbb is used is to fit the key of the music. It has a lot to do with music theory rather than practicality. If you are playing a piece that has Gbb, as far as theory is concerned it is NOT an F natural, it is a Gbb. #endquote#
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