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posted: 5/18/2010 at 5:12:45 PM ET
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How many notes are between the highest bass clef and the lowest treble clef?

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posted: 7/12/2010 at 10:04:58 PM ET
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Technically each staff extends higher (bass clef) and lower (treble clef) inot the other so theoretically there is no lowerest and highest note. I assume you mean the physical number of notes on the staff. That would be 3. The top line of the bass clef is A, the lowest line of treble is E. Therefor you have B,C(middle C),D in between. Hope this is the answer you needed.

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