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A measure in music is the space between two vertical bar lines on a staff. A measure of music is comprised of beats and rhythms according to the time signature at the beginning of the staff. More »

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Sheet music is written on a staff as a series of notes and rests dictated by a time and key signature. The time signature tells how many beats there are per measure and the overall rhythm of the music. The staff and key ... More »

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The relationship of one musical pitch to another is a mathematical relationship. Different pitches interact in different ways, depending on the frequency of the sound waves that create them. Those mathematical relationsh... More »

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A grand staff, which is two staves combined, is generally used for piano and keyboard instruments to denote which hands should be playing which notes. The top staff is marked with a treble clef, and the bottom staff is m... More »

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The bass clef staff is a lower register than the common treble clef; where the treble clef places middle C one ledger line below the staff, the bass clef places middle C one ledger line above the staff. The lines and spa... More »

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Sheet music is written on a staff as a series of notes and rests dictated by a time and key signature. The time signature tells how many beats there are per measure and the overall rhythm of the music. The staff and key ... More »

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A treble clef indicates notes located above middle C, while the bass clef indicates notes that fall below middle C. A clef symbol in musical notation indicates the name and pitch of the notes on that line of the staff. T... More »

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