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Music Theory Worksheet - Lesson 8: The Grand Staff

Downloadable in pdf format for music students

 

Lesson 8: The Grand Staff Music Theory Worksheet

This music theory worksheet introduces the grand staff and the notes on the entire range of the staff.  The grand staff represents the treble staff and bass staff joined together.  The brace is a curved line and bar line that combines the treble and bass staff.  A ledger line is a small line added to the note when it is either above or below the staff.  The Middle C note is on the ledger line that is between the treble and bass staff.

In this worksheet, students can practice the grand staff by adding the brace, bar lines, and clefs to bar lines. 

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The brace is a curved line and bar line that combines the treble and bass staff.

The following shows all of the notes on the grand staff.  A ledger line is a small line added to the note when it is either above or below the staff.  The Middle C note is on the ledger line that is between the treble and bass staff.

 

Download Lesson 8: The Grand Staff Music Theory Worksheet.

 

Alternatively, if you wish to purchase theory books, I recommend the following book, which is a humorous, easy-to-read instruction book that teaches the basics of music theory.

Edly's Music Theory For Practical People

Unique, conversational and sometimes humorous, this is a theory book people will actually want to read. Presented in a full-color format with illustrations, charts, diagrams and workbook exercises, Edly's Music Theory for Practical People applies to all instrumentalists and singers, from teens to adults.

Topics include: notation, natural & chromatic alphabets, scales, keys & key signatures, intervals, chords, ear-training, and much more. This third edition also features new advanced topics, such as: voicings, chord extensions & alterations, voice leading, reharmonization, melodic harmonization, and harmonic analysis. This book transforms the topic that music students love to hate into something they can't help but enjoy!  Go to Edly's Music Theory For Practical People.

 

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