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The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
The language of the music I
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The language of the music I

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Remember the name of theese musical elements

Remember the name of theese musical elements

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  • 1. The language of the Music
  • 2. This is a stave:
  • 3. A stave has 5 lines 1 2 3 4 5
  • 4. And 4 spaces 1 2 3 4
  • 5. This is a treble cleff: Hello Kids!
  • 6. The treble clef is on the second line: 2
  • 7. We write on the stave our music with crotchets: and crotchet rests
  • 8. Write crotchets and crotchet rests as a real composer:
  • 9. Second line: SOL
  • 10. First line: MI

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