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 »

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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The mnemonics "All Cows Eat Grass" and "Good Boys Do Fine Always" are used to remember the notes of the bass clef. They correspond to the ACEG space notes and the GBDFA line notes, respectively. More »

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To play "Baa Baa Black Sheep" on a keyboard, locate the keys on the keyboard and using numbers, label the keys from one to 15 with middle C being the number 5, and play the correlating notes: 9-9-13-13/14-14-14-13/12-12-... More »

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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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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An Asus chord is an abbreviated notation reference to a "major A suspended" musical chord. It refers to a chord where the third note of the pattern is omitted and replaced with another note in the scale. Suspended chords... More »

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