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Nothing Else Matters. The Animals. The Cranberries. While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Like A Stone Ver. Bohemian Rhapsody.
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Dolly Parton. Old Man. Tennessee Whiskey. Chris Stapleton. Feel It Now. Now United. You've Got A Friend. In chord names and in many other circumstances flats and sharps are written in the symbols and b, respectively. The flat means that a tone is flattened and the sharp means that a tone is raised.
In other words, a Db is a D that is flattened one semi-step a whole step would made it to a C. And accordingly, a D is a D that is raised one semi-step a whole step would made it to an E. Often confusing is the fact that b and can occur in different chord names, but referring to identical chords. D and Eb is actually the same tone or chord if read as chord symbols. The reason why two symbols are used for the same thing is that the musical context, in this case the key, change.
For example, in the key of B major D is used, whereas Eb is used for the same note in the key of Ab major. If you're still confused, just remember that D and Eb is, practically speaking, the same thing.
Here are all the cases of sharps and flats being the "same thing":. Does that mean that B , Cb, E and Fb doesn't exist? Concerning chords, yes.