Music Theory Worksheet - Lesson 3: The Staff - Treble Clef
Downloadable in pdf format for music students
The third lesson of the staff music worksheets teaches about the treble clef. At the beginning of each staff, there is a clef and this is an introduction to the treble clef. The treble clef establishes a landmark on the note G on the 2nd line of the treble staff.
This worksheets has step-by-step instructions on how to draw a treble clef. To draw the treble clef, draw: the line and tail, the top loop, the left loop, the right loop, and the curl. Notes are named after the first sevel letters of the alphabet (A through G).
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At the beginning of each staff there is a clef. The treble clef (also known as G clef) looks like this:
The treble clef gives establishes a landmark on the note G on the 2nd line of the treble staff.
To draw the treble clef, draw:
the line and tail the top loop the left loop the right loop the curl
Notes are named after the first sevel letters of the alphabet (A through G).
Download the Lesson 3: Staff - Treble Clef worksheet.
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