In the Russian accordion sheet, "Вечер на рейде (Vecher na rejde)", (http://www.russian-garmon.ru/noty/item/vecher-na-rejde), the Russian letter, в, appears three times below the lower staff (with bass clef) under the bass note C.
The Roman transcription of the Cyrillic letter, в, is v.
If that bass note C is indeed C, it is kind of hard to reach in this piece. With the letter в below it, has the note C been altered to something else?
(FYI: In the sheet, the letter Б refers to Major Chord, and М refers to Minor Chord.)
On Monday, February 11, 2019 at 12:29:24 PM UTC-5, Ike wrote:difficult for you to reach. I suppose the Russian letter, в, means the same thing.
Since it appears under a E7 I can only surmise that it means use the
counter-bass under the G# if this is for a 120 bass accordion.
Thanks for the reply. I have seen other sheets with notes in parentheses (). Based on the explanation I can find, it means notes that are out of the ordinary, and it should be played as it is---if you can, and it can be ignored or skipped---if it's too
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