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Anonymous
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posted: 5/5/2006 at 6:12:55 PM ET
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accordion key combinations, what does FBbEb stand for? What about GCF? Is this a tone for an accordion, or a note? Is the letter "b" (small caps) a flat note?

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posted: 5/9/2006 at 11:36:17 AM ET
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I don't know how to play accordion, but I would bet that the lower case b's you are asking about are supposed to be flats.

It sounds like you are talking about playing a chord (FCG) but then again you are also moving in intervals (the notes F to Bb to Eb and G to C to F are each a perfect 4th apart). If you can elaborate a bit more on what you are looking at and trying to do we can probably help you out more.

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