|Author||Topic: how do you read it|
|posted: 8/23/2006 at 11:09:17 PM ET|
how do u name the lines and spaces in a treble and bass clef
|posted: 8/24/2006 at 10:22:53 AM ET|
This is from Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory:
In the treble staff, the names of the names of the notes on the lines
from bottom to top are E,G,B,D,F -
every good boy does fine.
The names of the notes in the spaces from bottom to top are F,A,C,E spell face.
In the bass taff the names of the notes on the lines from bottom to top are G,B,D,F,A, - good boys do fine always.
The names of the notes in the spaces from bottom to top are A,C,E,G - all cows eat grass.
Check the Music Education on this site and you can also do a google search - there are many good sites to learn from.
Hope this helps.
|posted: 8/24/2006 at 9:25:31 PM ET|
A little trick to remember the notes is: on the treble clef, the lines end with an F, and the spaces begin with an F. On the bass clef, the lines end with an A, and the spaces begin with an A.
I am a fragment of my imagination
North Coast NSW, Australia
|posted: 8/25/2006 at 12:02:08 AM ET|
..and for those who drive on the left and flip their light switches down for on, it's
good boys deserve fruit always, for the lines on the Bass staff, and every good boy deserves fruit for the lines on the Treble..
(and semi-breve, minum, crotchet and quaver when counting)
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