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posted: 9/11/2005 at 8:19:41 PM ET
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Hi all,

I need a lot of helps, I can't afford a private teacher, so i'm just learning music all by myself. its really hard, but i'm also trying the best of me too.

A problem that i ran across is this.

The notes in the beginning of the music staffs or music lines. where it has the treble clef, and after it, it has like either sharp or flats and then the 4/4. I don't know what they mean, i've heard that they are suppose to tell you which notes on your music are flats and which are sharp. but i have no idea what they mean please help me

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Ashley PA

posted: 9/11/2005 at 9:56:04 PM ET
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Try www.teoria.com. Also, you can go on google and type in violin lessons, and there are several sites on line.

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posted: 9/11/2005 at 10:44:54 PM ET
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Another site that might help you is www.treblis.com - click on notation theory and take it from there.

Good luck and let us know how things are working for you.

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