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Learning the Tenor Clef

Progressive Studies and Pieces for Cello

by Pat Legg

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Published by Faber & Faber .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Instruction & Study - General,
  • Songbooks - General,
  • Music

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10641487M
    ISBN 100571519172
    ISBN 109780571519170
    OCLC/WorldCa43530459

    Your name: Your email: Personal message: Tell a friend or remind yourself about this product. The Lines of the Treble Staff Notes on the treble staff may be on a line or in a space. The scales are presented in a logical sequence. His band director also his private teacher has him working in "Introducing the Tenor Clef for Trombone" by Reginald H. You have a piece you want to play, and can't read it. This way you begin to memorize where the lines and spaces are.

    I love it because: There are charts for the student to fill in when learning a new scale The beginning scales are written out with a repeat of the tonic note whenever the scale goes from ascending to descending or starts a new octave. What I mean is the middle line in treble clef is the note B and in alto clef it is middle C. B3 The next note down from C4 is B3, on the space right above the staff: A3 Moving one more note down, we have A3, on the top line of the staff: G3 The next note down is G3, located on the highest space in the staff: And so on. In fact, it is well worth learning to read the entire grand staff in addition to the treble staff if you are learning to read music! You don't have to worry about music going much past 1 or maybe 2 ledger lines above or below the staff, because the whole point of tenor and alto is to avoid ledger lines.

    The chart can be downloaded here. If you have any suggestions or comments on the guidelines, please email us. Not so much unless you have orchestral ambitions. Source s : Concert Pianist.


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Learning the Tenor Clef book

It is the most commonly used clef today and is usually the first clef that musicians learn on their music theory journey.

A Complete Guide to Musical Clefs: What Are They and How to Use Them

In viola music, you will have a lot of running 16th note passages so if you can recognize a scale as long as you know where to start and where to stop you don't have to read all the notes, but this is the same for any clef. There is a teacher's harmony a drone with simple harmonic changes.

Cassia Harvey's book has all major and minor keys up to 6 sharps and 6 flats plus Chromatic scales. Once you get started the exact notes should largely pass into the background, except for evaluating big leaps. Obviously, the better we are at treble clef, the easier it will be.

Learning Alto Clef?

D-E-F-G-A is five notes apart, or a perfect fifth. While your at it check out his book of lip slurs too. You don't have to worry about music going much past 1 or maybe 2 ledger lines above or below the staff, because the whole point of tenor and alto is to avoid ledger lines.

Then I had another realization: If I pretended they were written in tenor clef, rather than in bass clef and added a sharpall would be well, and I'd have lots of practice reading tenor clef. His band director also his private teacher has him working in "Introducing the Tenor Clef for Trombone" by Reginald H.

Or for someone who is playing with instrumentalists willing and able to play in cello-friendly keys.

Learning the Tenor Clef (Cello): Progressive Studies and Pieces for Cello

The book is spiral bound. The lines from top to bottom are FACE. Avoid disclosing contact information email addresses, phone numbers, etc. We do not use or store email addresses from this form for any other purpose than sending your share email.

In this case, a TAB sign is often written instead of a clef. You may also enter a personal message. You'll also open yourself up to being able to play a lot of 'cello and viola pieces. Do you usually like this style of music?

I tried playing a few pieces and was surprised and delighted to find them quite easy to play. It's not "is that D-C -B-A? Which gets to a Learning the Tenor Clef book someone else made. If you do not wish to be contacted, leave it blank.

You need to learn what each note really is. Count the notes from D to A, ie. This is how the treble or G clef looks on the stave. Tip: If you know the bottom line and the bottom space of the staff, you can always work out the rest of the notes by going up using the pattern above!

This scale book is fabulous for so many reasons. You can see that the notes in the middle spaces actually spell F A C E with the D below the staff and G above the staff either side. These are essential skills you'll need in order to sightread music.

Thank you Wendy Bissenger, for your work in creating this wonderful book! You can also download at any time in your Digital Library. Think of the situation you are in now.Music Worksheets: Treble clef note identification worksheets ready to print and go!

Music assessment for students learning to identify note names on the treble staff. These are great printables and perfect to use to collect data for SLOs. Simple NO PREP assessments for elementary music teachers. Jan 01,  · Learning The Tenor Clef by Alan Gout and Pat Legg is the long awaited companion for cellists meeting the tenor clef for the first time.

The new clef is presented progressively through numerous studies and pieces in all the keys known by cellists at around Grade 4 level, with cello or piano accompaniments.4/5(3).

Mar 27,  · Absolutely learn tenor clef. I'm a bassoonist, but my son is an 8th grade trombonist (1st chair in all state). His band director (also his private teacher) has him working in "Introducing the Tenor Clef for Trombone" by Reginald H. Fink. The third book in the series, this book is designed to take cellists through the process of learning to read the tenor clef in a step-by-step, structured approach.

To read the higher notes it is necessary to use 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th positions all of which are covered. I remember learning tenor clef. My bassoon teacher told me I needed to learn it, but didn't tell me how. I went to the music store and asked for tenor clef flash cards.

They didn't exist (this was pre-internet, of course). After a few months of hard slog, I finally had it figured out. Mar 20,  · It's been 20 months or so since I started learning. Here's an exercise from the Tenor Clef book I've just started learning from.

The first half is written in the Bass clef and the second half is a.