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#beginquote# Hi,I'm a clarinet player- its an awesome instrument hey! Putting down an octave is really easy...I hope this gets to you before your teacher get back- I forgot to check the date! An octave down is the same note but down lower. eg- if there is a C in the middle space of the treble clef (FACE for the spaces), to put it down an octave you would put the C on the first ledger line under the stave (middle C). the note is exactly the same- a C stays a C, D a D etc, but it just goes down.... I hope this is helpful, its so hard to demonstrate without a stave in front of me! ok, I know its huge but heres a website that shows it http://www.e-gfl.org/e-gfl/activities/intranet/teacher/music/musimages/posters/stave%20notation%20-%20without%20letters.jpg the first one is meant to be a C - it would be an octave down. Good luck, I hope this helped! #endquote#
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