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posted: 2/7/2004 at 11:10:45 AM ET
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how to you play a note where you have note that are on top of each other??

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posted: 2/7/2004 at 2:11:27 PM ET
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You mean in sheet music, what do you do when there are 2 notes stacked on top of eachother? If that's what you're asking, it depends on what instrument you are playing, what voice you sing, what kind of ensemble you are playing/singing in, and what specifications are made in the music (like if it says divide or non-divide, or whatever)

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