Staves and Key Signature

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 8:06 PM , have 0 comments
The line is used for the tone and rhythm of writing. The difference, are required to write key (clef) to determine the tone name listed on the stave, rhythms while writing is not required because the key signature notation played not pitched.

Key Signature
key tone G
Key G serves to set the tone of G contained in the second line from the bottom or from the top line to four.
key tone F
The key signature serves to set the tone of F contained in the fourth line from the bottom and top of the line into two. The names of the tones by frequency are as follows:

Stave notation above there are two key signs that the key of G and F keys The notation above shows that the key of G, and F keys are related and show that the notes in the key of F lower than the notes contained in the key of G. The names of tune arranged sequentially to clarify the position of the tone notation in the stave.

Signs are the key of C 5 (five) types are distinguished from the key mark the location on the stave. Tone is located in the front center of the notation is c1, the next pitch adjust according to the position / location of the tone that will affect the high and low tones. Because it can move, the key is often called movable clef. Key signature is usually only used for writing instruments viola and cello.

Form and note values

note values

Form silent mark

silent mark





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