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#beginquote# #beginquote# well sorry to come forward again but i am trying to clear up the longevity of the accidental thing: if, in a bar, a g flat is shown using the accidetal b, and subsequently, a g note is shown without any accidentals in the same bar, would it signify gb? where i come from from, there are practically no good theory teachers so this place is the only one where i can get my doubts cleared...thnx for answering the earlier ques... #endquote# Maybe it's an older way of notation, but I'm confused now. If the key has Gb in it, i.e. Db Major (Bb,Eb,Ab,Db,Gb)then the flat you mention is redundant. The note is already flat. The notation should be a double flat (bb). That is the only way to lower a note already flatted. Am I wrong, BandDirector? #endquote#
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