The Grand Staff consists of an upper staff and a lower staff. Each staff consists of five lines and four spaces and each staff has a fancy symbol at the beginning called a clef. 169 more words
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When my students are first working with the Grand Staff, they are often confused about the placement of the various clefs.
In piano music, we generally use only the G-clef (Treble clef – not “trouble clef” as some think!) and the F-clef (Bass clef) I try to show students how the curvy part of the G-clef wraps around the G above middle C and the F-clef looks sort of like an F marking the F below middle C. 102 more words