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Old 08-16-2019, 10:46 AM   #78
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Originally Posted by coolbass View Post
I got the point allright, but you don't.
If you really want to hear a particular inversion of a chord, the exact notes are notated. If a chord symbol is used. the interpretation is open to the creativity of the player.
This is how real musicians go about these things.
So, you need a staff, or some kind of chart in that manner to represent exactly the notes used in that chord!? Interpretation is not always the exact words (or language if it is translation of some kind).
Ambiguity is not good. Let me give you an example:

which one is this note?


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Originally Posted by EvilDragon View Post
Yes, both are perfectly fine.
(please, look up to what I wrote to coolbass a few posts above regarding this "language")
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