Asked in Musical Instruments, Singing, Robbie Williams
Is tenor higher then baritone?
The tone is higher yes. Tenor music is written in Treble Clef. Baritone in Bass Clef. tenor music is written in tenor clef -.- i know this cuz i play a tenor trombone and some baritones are written in tenor clef too ...
Asked in Musical Instruments
What does the trombone play treble clef or bass clef?
Mostly bass clef, sometimes tenor clef.
Asked in Brass Instruments, Trombone
What clef does trombone and baritone play in?
Instruments don't play in clefs--people do. In the orchestral world, we trombonists are expected to play in Treble, Alto, Tenor, & Bass clefs on a regular basis. Jazz world is mostly Treble & Bass, though occassionally I've seen Tenor there as well. ...
Asked in Music Theory
What two instruments might play in the treble clef?
Many instruments read in treble clef. Two examples are the flute and the trumpet. ...
Asked in Viola
What clefs are used to read music by middle-range instruments such as the viola?
Music for the viola is written in alto clef, where middle C is the middle line of the staff. Violists also learn the treble clef, with G on the second line (counting from the bottom) of the staff, to play in higher registers of the instrument. Cellos play in bass clef and also tenor clef. Some of their music can employ the alto or treble clef as well, though this is less common. ...
Asked in Saxophone
Why is the saxophone played in the treble clef?
It is important for a sax player to be able to play all of the various saxes (soprano, alto, tenor, bari, etc.) so all are written in the same clef, and use the same fingering for the same written note even though the different instruments sound different pitches. I suspect that the reason the treble clef was chosen was that, when the sax was first introduced, players of other woodwind instruments were the people that would play the new saxophone, and their original...
Asked in Brass Instruments
Do brass instruments play the trble clef?
That depends on the instrument. For example, trumpet music is typically written in treble clef, while trombone and tuba music is in bass clef. And, of course, variations on instruments (bass trumpet) can differ from the convention. ...
Asked in Music, Lyrics and Sheet Music
When is the Treble Clef used?
"Among the instruments that use treble clef are the violin, flutes, oboe, English horn, all clarinets, all saxophones, horn, trumpet, cornet, euphonium (and occasionally baritone), vibraphone, xylophone, Mandolin, and guitar. Treble clef is also used for the soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto, contralto and tenor voices." It's usually used for the instruments that play higher or a few notes lower than middle c ...