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Mike  
24 Jul 2005 01:22 | Quote
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... what U mean to tell me is when I see an H7 or an Hm chord - I need to play the regular A7 or Am?
Couse I have one semple of an H7 and Hm chord, and they soud differently then Am or A7 ...
Fluppe  
24 Jul 2005 14:07 | Quote
Posts: 3
Mike,

I may have been mistaken - look at following url's: http://www.sibeliusforum.com/boards/technical-issues/messages/24.html
and
http://www.eunomios.org/forum_home.html#anchor6
(I typed "H chord" in Google)
stating that H is actually B... I don't know, perhaps now we've solved your problem?
Fluppe
Klepa  
24 Jul 2005 21:59 | Quote
Posts: 4
In some countries (such as finland.. and maybe germany also, I can't remember) H equals B. and when finnish people (and possibly germans) say B, they actually mean Bb. I know, I'm from Finland :P
Mattalac  
10 Aug 2005 07:45 | Quote
Posts: 7
Isn't music a universal language??
ie. B=B , A=A etc.
LedZeppelin  
10 Aug 2005 12:06 | Quote
Posts: 7
Actually not: In Norway the B chord is a H chord.
Chimzar  
26 Aug 2005 15:40 | Quote
United States
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Fun! I should write music like that to throw people off, :P !
Lestrade  
7 Nov 2005 19:04 | Quote
Posts: 4
I think MATH is the universal language hehe.
ELEMENT  
2 Dec 2005 14:44 | Quote
Posts: 15
ive never herd of a h chord :)
Rambutan  
21 Jan 2006 04:14 | Quote
Posts: 9
' I think MATH is the universal language hehe.'

Try doing chinese maths


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