I am a guitar, flute and (a long time ago) bassoon player. I can play a few things on a keyboard, badly, in short: I know how it all works. I'm trying to help teach my wife to play a harp. It has a range from C3 to C6, so when making arrangements for her, it makes sense to use staves with both clefs, like this:
However, I have so much trouble finding music and blank sheets where the clefs are aligned properly. Looking at the above image, if we place middle C in there, it isn't in the middle at all:
Why isn't more printed work done where the two clefs work together and actually have middle C, well, in the middle? Like this:
EDIT As everybody so far seems to think that I am only referring to handedness for piano as an issue, this isn't the case. I'm asking about confusing music that doesn't seem to have anything to do with what hand you use (this could be played with one hand on a harp without much difficulty), such as:
As you can see here: Roberto Di Marino - Celtic Suite - Flute and Harp
Unless because it's done that way on piano, so that's why and no other reason.