treble clef


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treble clef

Music the clef that establishes G a fifth above middle C as being on the second line of the staff.
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In the mixed choral ensemble, choral educators' desire to obtain near even numbers between the sexes might result in many girls who are trained and interested being cast aside or assigned to treble clef choirs in order to compensate for the low numbers of males.
The art, music and physical education spaces are highlighted with symbolic props: a giant paint tube, brush and crayon for art; a large treble clef on a keyboard for music; and a sculpture (reminiscent of Classical Greece) portraying a child engaged in a physical education activity.
Each piece in the book introduces a new note or note value and the sixth piece has the student playing C to G in the treble clef and C, F and G in the bass clef.
For the two-gamba edition, they provide two performing scores showing both gamba parts--one score uses the original treble clef notation for the upper instrument, to be played one octave down, and the other provides an alto clef option for the tippet line.
Aston has other tattoos - a treble clef between his shoulder blades, stars behind his right ear, his arms and pelvic bone and a Michael Jackson design.
As part of the festival a syllabus for the course will be available from Dolphin Music in the town centre, Music 4 All at Marsh, Octave Above in Moldgreen and Treble Clef in Brighouse.
This colourful quirky treble clef pencil is a bestseller in the shop which a lot of pupils bought their teachers for Christmas.
As a composer, he has a forthcoming publication for SSA women choir through Treble Clef Music Press.
When it was part of the curriculum all children left school with at least some knowledge of the principles of playing an instrument and some ability to read the treble clef.
pie `n' peas supper with the Treble Clef Singers, 7pm
Contrasting this method with the traditional approach that most teachers take, she continues, "They start by telling students, 'This is the bass clef, this is the treble clef,' and the kids don't want to know, because they have never seen these symbols before.
If they've already got the treble clef pendant, the keyboard-decorated mug and the guitar-shaped brooch, then how about something practical?