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“G Clef” February 17, 2009

Posted by mumudsokay in Music.
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This is the most common clef. Remember up above when I said each clef has something about it which tells the letter name of a line? Well, with treble clef, it’s the inner loop which circles the second line and gives it a name.
What name, you ask? All in good time. No need to rush. You’ll find
out soon. What letter does the treble clef look like? Take a guess now and see if
you’re right. You’ll find out all these niggling details in the next
chapter.

The treble clef. Notice how the inner loop circles the second line.

Treble clef is used for instruments with a high pitch. Some of them are: piccolo, flute, clarinet, oboe, guitar, violin, French horn, saxophone, trumpet, and piano.

Note names in the treble clef. Notice the letter change from the 3rd note to the 4th note.

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