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enharmonic


It is an enharmonic equivalent on the piano.
  notes, intervals, and chords that are written differently even though they sound the same when played (but which might sound different on in other scales or on other instruments)
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enharmonic enharmonically
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Associated words [difficulty]:   enharmonic , blues [1] , aria [4] , crescendo [4] , timbre [4] , fugue [5] , a cappella [7] , cantata [7] , chamber music [7] , rondo [7] , atonal [8] , libretto [8] , blue note [9] , chanson [9] , polyphonic [9]
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