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There are two possibilities. He may be reading "brass band treble", a major 9th higher than sounding pitch. In this case the part would be in treble clef throughout, and the musical context would be a British tradition brass band. Or he may be reading a concert pitch part which has ventured into treble clef from its usual bass clef.


There's no adjustment for Octave. Middle C is still C4.


i think its good to learn more then one instrument. it helps you understand more about creating music that works well, both rhythmically and melodically. also to understand more the roles musiciancs play in making music. i started playing sousaphone but then i bought a clarinet and a guitar and a tuba, i love them all equally and aspire to make good music ...

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