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#beginquote# Hi In my book about music theory are some music examples, the chords are above the staff. Most of it I can follow but every now and then i see a chord like A/B. Does this mean A chord with bassnote B?? This seems strange to me because there is no B in the major A chord. I have looked through the book but I cant find an explaination anywhere. Regards Nool #endquote#
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