it plays in treble and bass clef
Bass and treble clef.
Bass clef. You can play treble clef but the fingering is very high up the A string on the fingerboard
Clarinets play in treble clef.
bass clef Generally it plays Bass clef. It plays all clefs though. Trombone treble clef though is different from regular treble clef.
Mostly bass clef, sometimes tenor clef.
The trumpet plays in the Treble Clef.
Usually bass but it's possible to play treble on cello if your at a high enough level
Treble Clef. The oboe does not play in any other clefs.
I believe you mean to say "Does a double bass read from bass or treble clef?" The answer to that is bassists almost always read bass clef. But very good bassists that play very high read treble clef often and sometimes tenor clef.
Its easy, uppercase and lowercase. If you are playing piano the treble clef means you play with your right hand and the bass clef means you play with your left hand. +++ The treble line is normally that which carries the melody, whereas the bass line - indicated by the bass clef, has the underpinning bass.
Yes. Accordion music is like piano music because it uses both the treble and the bass clef. Usually, you play the notes in the treble clef with the right hand and the notes in the bass clef with the left hand.
Saxophones usually play in the Treble Clef.
A treble clef and bass clef refer to music. A piano, for instance, is played by two hands....right hand plays notes on what is known as a treble clef, while the left hand plays on what is known as a bass clef. Most girls sing on the treble clef, since it can go very high. (Sopranos & Altos) Most guys sing on the bass clef, since it can go very low. (Tenors & Bass) Different kinds of instruments either play on the treble or bass clef.
Euphonium players can play in bass clef or treble clef. In the U.S. most Euphonium players read bass clef, while in Europe a lot of Euphonium players read treble clef.
The standard flute uses the treble clef. Thank you for asking.
Xylophones usually play in the treble celf* - They have made xylophones for bass clef though.
The piano uses both the Treble clef (for higher pitches) and the Bass clef (for lower pitches). It plays in the key of C. Sometimes it is misinterpreted that the Treble clef is for the rigth hand and the Bass clef if for the left hand. This isn't true. Both hands can use the Treble clef or Bass clef, or even the right hand can use the Bass clef and the left hand can use the Treble clef.
Cello is a bass instrument, and therefore has the bass clef. And, if you wanted to play in treble clef, you would have to go a lot higher, whereas bass clef is a lot easier because it allows you to stay on the lower, more simple areas. I hope this isn't a babble!
Generally, right hand plays in treble clef, and left hand plays bass clef.
Normally the treble clef but it can go down into the bass.
Sax music is generally written in treble clef.
Both, actually. The Euphonium has a remarkable range from Low F in the Bass Clef all the way up to High F in the Treble Clef, about four octaves in all. But primarily they play in the bass clef.