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#beginquote# The note would be an "F". It is a simple method to figure out these notes. Just like the notes on the staff, the notes above and below the staff, printed on what we call
, go in the same order of the musical alphabet as the lines on the staff. Therefore, if you started with the C printed one ledger line below the staff, the note on the space below it would be a B, the line below that would be an A, the space below that would be a G, the line below that would be an F, the space below that would be and E, and so on and so forth. As to why it is not printed in the bass clef staff rather than the treble, I cannot answer that. Good luck! #endquote#
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