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In piano, the staffs usually signifies what hand plays what note where the lower staff would be your left hand and the upper staff would be your right hand. While the clefs are important, you may see the same two clefs on a grand staff. In Imagine you can see there are two bass clefs because the piano part is low. It is kind of an unwritten rule of thumb in ...
Pavarotti wasn't called the "king of the high C's" because he could actually hit a high C in treble clef! The note he could hit was a treble C. However, it would be written the same as high C in treble clef (two ledger lines above the top) because tenor writing either has the sub octave G clef or it is understood to be there. Violas almost always use Alto ...
Most mixed voices choir scores I’ve encountered are written with a G clef for women, a F clef for bass and a sub octave G clef for tenor. Complete with the little 8 below the clef. So, yes, I encounter them on a regular basis.
Music for guitar is written in the octave down G clef, so any guitarist that reads notation sees it all the time. Tenors (voices) use it too. Other instruments use other octave clefs. I was told piccolo and soprano recorder use the octave up G clef.
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