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Ricci Adams Music Theory Lesson 1 Review The Staff, Clefs, Ledger Lines
Do you count staff lines and spaces from bottom to top, or top to bottom?
Bottom to top!
What do the lines and spaces on the staff represent?
Notes on a piano keyboard
What is this?
What about this one?
What are ledger lines for?
When you run out of room on the staff
What are the notes of a musical scale?
A B C D E F G
What do you call a treble and bass staff joined together?
A grand staff
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