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Musical Symbols. The Music Staff A staff has five lines and four spaces. Composers write notes on the staff when they compose music. You look at a staff.

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1 Musical Symbols

2 The Music Staff A staff has five lines and four spaces. Composers write notes on the staff when they compose music. You look at a staff to read music. ___________________________5_______________ _____________________4_______________4_____ ________________3________________3_________ _________2__________________2______________ ___1____________________1__________________

3 A staff is more than just lines and spaces. A staff has a clef sign, time signature, bar lines, measures, notes, key signature, ledger lines, notes, rests, and lots of other stuff.

4 Treble Clef Treble Clef / G Clef Names the second line: Line G. Steps to drawing the treble clef: 1.Draw a vertical line from top to bottom. 2.Go to the top of the line and make a loop to the fourth line. 3.Cross the line and go to line 1. 4.Wrap around line 2. Clef used for high register instruments: Piano, Violin, Flute, Guitar, Recorder, Piccolo.

5 Bass Clef Bass Clef / F clef Names the fourth line F. Step to drawing the Bass clef: 1. Draw a solid circle on the fourth line. 2. Extend to the fifth line. 3. Go to the second line. 4. Add two dots on spaces tree and four. Clef used for low register instruments: Cello, Double Bass, Piano, Bassoon, Bass Guitar

6 Naming the lines and Spaces in the Treble Staff __________________________F ____________ ________________________D_______________E__ ___________________B________________C______ _____________G_________________A__________ ________E____________________F_____________ __________________________F ____________ ________________________D_______________E__ ___________________B________________C______ _____________G_________________A__________ ________E____________________F_____________ Lines: Every Good Boy Does Fine Spaces: Spell FACE Can you come up with your own phrase to remember the lines and spaces? Can you come up with your own phrase to remember the lines and spaces?

7 Naming the lines and Spaces in the Bass Staff Always Fine Do Boys Good Grass Eat Cows All How are the lines on the Bass clef similar to the lines on the Treble clef?

8 Ledger Lines Notes written above or below the staff are called ledger lines. Ledger lines are short lines use only when notes are written outside of the five lines. How many ledger line notes can you find?

9 Time Signature Time signatures tell you how many beats and what kind of notes per measure there are. The top number tells you how many beats per measure. The bottom tells you that the quarter note ( ) equals 1 beat.

10 Measures and Bar lines Beats divide the staff into measures. Bar lines show the beginning and ending of each measure. 1.What is the time signature? 2.How many beats are in each measure? 3.How many measures are there? 4.How many bar lines are there?

11 Musical Notes Notes look different so that we can distinguish them. They have parts which makes them different: head, stem, flag, beam, and dots. Look at the note chart: 1.Which notes have stems? 2.Which notes have flags? 3.Which note has just a head? 4.What two notes are not colored in? 5.Which note do you think equals 1 beat?

12 Music Jeopardy Music StaffClefsMusic Notes Note Values Time Signature

13 How many beats are in each measure if the time signature is 2/4 and what kinds of notes can we use? Back to Game

14 2 beats Back to Game

15 Which line names the Treble Clef? Back to Game

16 Second Line Back to Game

17 How Many Lines and Spaces does the Music Staff Have? Back to Game

18 5 lines and 4 spaces Back to Game

19 What is another name for the Treble Clef? Back to Game

20 In ¾ time, what does the top number tell you? Back to Game

21 The number of beats per measure. Back to Game

22 Which note does not have a stem and it equals 4 beats? Back to Game

23 The Whole Note Back to Game

24 We count our lines and spaces __?___ to ___?__. Back to Game

25 Bottom to Top Back to Game

26 On the Bass Staff, which line names the Bass Clef? Back to Game

27 The Fourth Line Back to Game

28 What are the names of the line notes in the Treble Staff? Back to Game

29 E G B D F Back to Game

30 What is the name of this note? Back to Game

31 Quarter Note Back to Game

32 If we have two in each measure, what do you think our time signature is? Back to Game

33 2/4 Time Back to Game

34 In ¾ time, the bottom number tells you that the _____?_______ gets the beat. Back to Game

35 Quarter Note Back to Game

36 In the Bass Staff, what is the name of the note on the fourth space? Back to Game

37 Note G Back to Game

38 What is the name of this symbol? Back to Game

39 Bass Clef Back to Game

40 How many beats does a half note get? Back to Game

41 2 Beats Back to Game

42 What is the name of the note on the third line of the Treble Staff? Back to Game

43 Note B Back to Game

44 Name a musical instrument that reads in the Treble Clef? Back to Game

45 Piano, Violin, Guitar, Flute, Piccolo, recorder Back to Game

46 Which stringed instrument reads in the Bass Clef? Back to Game

47 Cello / Bass Back to Game

48 _______?_____ are use when writing notes above or below the staff. Back to Game

49 Ledger Lines Back to Game

50 Which note is on the Fifth Line of the Treble Staff? Back to Game

51 Note F Back to Game

52 Which line is note D, on the Bass Clef? Back to Game

53 The Third Line Back to Game

54 The Treble Clef wraps around line number ___?__. Back to Game

55 Two Back to Game

56 The Bass Clef has two dots, which line goes right in between these two dots? Back to Game

57 Fourth Line Back to Game

58 FREE 50 POINTS!!! BRAVO! Back to Game


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