There are 2 basic kinds of clefs. The clef you will see on your music depends on what instrument you play.The treble clef:
You might wonder why there are 2 different clefs. The reason is that most instruments using the bass clef
usually have a lower pitch (sound) and regulary play low notes. If they were to use the treble clef the notes would
appear so far below the staff it would be hard to read.
|Treble Clef|| |
Here are the the names of the notes for both clefs. Although you only really need to know 1 or the
other, it is good practice to know both.
The bass clef:
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