|Author||Topic: memorizing bass notes|
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|posted: 3/25/2011 at 10:31:55 PM ET|
I am begining music student, but older then most. Could someone please help me with a verse or two about treble and bass notes. For some reason I am stuck or lost when it comes to memorizing the notes. Especially the bass ones on the piano.
|posted: 4/6/2011 at 4:03:52 AM ET|
Relate the notes on the staff to guide notes that you will learn first. The guide notes to learn are G on the treble staff (g clef) and F on the bass staff (f clef). Memorize five C's; middle C (treble and bass), treble C (third space on the treble staff), bass C (second space on the bass staff), high C (line note above the staff with two ledger lines), low C (line note below the staff with two ledger lines). Treble C and bass C mirror each other in their placement, as do high C and low C. www.ipracticemore.com
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