This Russian Cossack dance is actually in the key of g minor
which requires two flats in the key signature,
but we are presenting it with the flats shown as accidental notes in the measures.
If there is a B flat anywhere in the measure, all the B's in that measure will be flatted.
The same thing will be true for E flats and F sharps.
Use correct fingering (the numbers between the treble and bass staves) and you will have a smooth melody.
Add a 4/4 rhythm . Begin ver-r-ry slowly .
When you can play it well slowly, then try it faster.
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