Treble clef (G-clef)
The treble clef is certainly the most used clef, it determines the position of the G note.
From this reference, all others music notes will be placed before and after the G note.
Below are more music notes in treble clef and some with ledger lines:
How to draw a treble clef
|Draw a point on the 2nd line|
|Draw a semi circle clockwise|
|Draw a line beyond the staff (stave )|
|Draw a vertical line|
|Draw the final hook clockwise|
Here is how to draw a treble clef:
You will notice that computer software draw treble clef like this:
And you will notice that there is no point on the second line, I really don't know why.
Instruments that use the treble clef (G-clef)
The treble clef is principally used by:
- Piano, harp, harpsichord, organ, accordion (right hand)
- Oboe, flute, clarinet
- Horn, trumpet, euphonium, saxhorn
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