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The first example uses 'tenor clef'. Still in everyday use by orchestral trombonists and cellists. Look at it as an ornate letter C, wrapped round the 4th line - it indicates that line is middle C. So the note is G above middle C. I guess I don't have to explain the bass clef? The note is A above middle C (count up the 'ladder' of ledger lines). The ...


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