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#beginquote# I seem to remember from my college theory classes that in classical notation if a flat is added to a note that is already flat in a key signature, then the note becomes double flat. Often times if a note has an accidental in a previous measure, it is customary to remind the player that the note in the following measure is indeed flat, however, the proper way to do that is by putting parentheses around the accidental that follows in line with the key signature. It occurs a lot in jazz notation and is called a courtesy accidental. #endquote#
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