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#beginquote# Okay! So I'm just learning to play the piano, I can play by ear pretty well, and I understand the basics of reading sheet music, but I'm having a slight problem learning how to play a particular song. ("Winning" by Emily Haines) One of the notes on the treble clef is written as being three full lines below the last line of the staff: _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ -------- -------- --note-- Now wherever I look online, the lowest note on the treble clef is middle C, which is shown as being only one line below the staff. So which note is this? Why isn't it in the bass clef if it's so low? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me! :) #endquote#
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