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#beginquote# To read music you have to understand that there are two clefs (in band n e wayz). These are the clefs ; treble and bass.In the treble clef middle C is in the third spacenext come C#, D,Db,E,F,F#,G,G#,A,A#,B,high C.The bass clef's middle C is in the second space. The notes will always be one full step down if you transpose. So bass's C looks like the treble's A. Going down the letter's in the treble are C,B,BborA#,A,G#or Ab,G,F#orGb,F,E,Eb,D,DborC#,low C. If this didn't help you ;you can go to a website that has fingerings and bass and treble clef notes. #endquote#
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