|Author||Topic: beginner pianist needs help|
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|posted: 12/6/2003 at 2:49:38 AM ET|
when it comes to read notes, how do you know which note is which, for instants, since there is five lines that make up the thing, where would be each note at on the lines?
|posted: 12/6/2003 at 9:11:58 PM ET|
Treble clef is also called the G clef. Look where the little loop in the treble clef is, that line it's on is G, just like the clef name. (It's the second line from the bottom)
Another name for the bass clef is the F clef. Look where the 2 dots are. F is the line between them (second line from top)
Anyway, that's just one way to look at it. You can easily find a source online, I'm sure, to give you a visual. Then just memorize the notes.
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