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#beginquote# tied over, not slurred. Even with a slur(changing from one note to a different note without tonguing) the note would revert back to the key signature. A tie (two of the SAME note connected) would keep the accidental in effect until the tie is over. In answer to your question, when the flat or sharp is different from the key signature, it is called an accidental. It is cancelled at the measure line. #endquote#
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