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What are the notes of the alto clef?
The alto clef is a C clef. If you look at the picture of the alto clef, you can see that it almost appears as an arrow which is pointed at the third line. This is C. Therefore the lines on an alto clef from the bottom to the top go FACEG and the notes on the spaces from the bottom to the top are GBDF ...
Asked in Brass Instruments, Trombone
What cleft does a trombone use?
The word is CLEF. Trombone music is typically written in bass clef. However, music can be found written in tenor and alto clef. Occassionally, treble clef is used. In many older, classical pieces there were three parts written: alto, tenor, and bass. The alto trombone played in alto clef, tenor in tenor clef, and bass in bass clef. Most modern music is written in bass clef. ...
Asked in Classical Music
What is the difference between the alto clef and the treble clef?
The 1st line on the treble clef is the E above Middle C. The 1st line on the alto clef is the F below Middle C. ...
Asked in Classical Music, Music Theory
Are there any C clefs besides the alto clef and the tenor clef?
It's a movable clef that can theoretically be positioned anywhere, but alto and tenor clefs are the two primary uses of it. ...