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Come ReAd NotEs on a Staff!
MusicGoal of this presentation:to become an ACERat reading the notes of the treble and bass clef.
The Staff This is a staff. It has 5 lines and 4 spaces. Notes           This is the Bass clefsit on the lines and in the s...
Togetherthey make the Grande Staff.
Treble Clef   Lines       and      SpacesFriday                               EDownBroke                      C           ...
Bass Clef    Lines        and     Spaces All                            Grass For                            Eat Dreams   ...
Note ValuesNote Value:                  Note Image:Whole Note- 4 beatsHalf Note- 2 beatQuarter Note- 1 beatEighth Note- ½ ...
For more information on the type of               notes…                • Note Reading              • How to read music Th...
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Reading notes on the treble and bass clefs.

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  1. 1. Come ReAd NotEs on a Staff!
  2. 2. MusicGoal of this presentation:to become an ACERat reading the notes of the treble and bass clef.
  3. 3. The Staff This is a staff. It has 5 lines and 4 spaces. Notes This is the Bass clefsit on the lines and in the spaces. This is the treble clef.
  4. 4. Togetherthey make the Grande Staff.
  5. 5. Treble Clef Lines and SpacesFriday EDownBroke C AGuitarElvis’s FThere are many ways toremember the notes on the linesand spaces on a treble clef staff.Here’s the easiest way!
  6. 6. Bass Clef Lines and Spaces All Grass For Eat Dreams Cows Big All GreatThese are our favorite ways to rememberthe lines and spaces on a bass clef staff!
  7. 7. Note ValuesNote Value: Note Image:Whole Note- 4 beatsHalf Note- 2 beatQuarter Note- 1 beatEighth Note- ½ of 1 beat
  8. 8. For more information on the type of notes… • Note Reading • How to read music The more you practice – the more of an ACER you will become.Next lesson will cover Key signatures.

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