|Author||Topic: Treble vs. Bass Clef|
|posted: 1/11/2008 at 6:40:40 PM ET|
I am sooooooooo confused!
I played woodwinds for many years (when I was younger!) so I am familiar with the Treble Clef.
I am attempting to learn keyboard and have come to the section about Bass Clef. I have yet to find a clear understanding! I always thought that the notes on the Bass Clef were different from the Treble Clef.
I have looked and looked for a side by side comparison of notes and can't find any examples at all. For example: Middle C/ Written on the Treble Clef/First line below the Staff//Written on the Bass Clef...."______"
Any help would be appreciated! My brain hurts!
"Music is a lady that I still love because she gives me the air that I breathe." - Cat Stevens
|posted: 1/11/2008 at 10:02:20 PM ET|
Hi, the notes on the bass clef are: G 1st line, A 1st space, B 2nd line, C 2nd space, D 3rd line, E 3rd space, F 4th line, G 4th space, and A 5th line. This info was found on google under bass clef notes. Hope this helps.
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|posted: 2/26/2008 at 5:35:14 AM ET|
The names of the notes for Bass clef are:
G, B,d,f,a for the lines and
A,C,E,G for the spaces.
These can be remembered easily by the following:
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