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Definition for: Double flat

Two flat (b) symbols (or a single symbol resembling two flats joined together) placed before a note to lower it by a whole step. This is rarely encountered in practice, because it essentially means that an A note becomes a G. It really only exists for music theory, to help avoid having two notes with the same name (such as Gb and G) in one scale.

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