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a musical notation written on a staff indicating the pitch of the notes following it

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This curriculum helps students develop fingers while teaching the lines and spaces, leading students to play both clefs with ease.
Les Clefs d'Or is made of veteran concierges who were awarded "golden key" status by the union through evaluation.
Clefs d'Or, which means 'golden keys' in French, awards hotel concierges with lapel badges bearing the symbol of two crossed golden keys (pictured).
More About Les Clefs d'Or: Les Clefs d'Or (translated as the keys of gold) members represent over 200,000 room nights daily at primarily four and five star properties in the USA.
ROCK group Arctic Monkeys have fought off competition from Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift and Arcade Fire to be voted Best Live Act of the Year at the O2 Silver Clef Awards.
Abey Sam, president of Les Clefs d'Or UAE (UICH), said: "I wish to take this opportunity to and extend my heartfelt congratulations to everyone.
Thanks to his initiative Les Clefs d'Or Qatar was recently named the 44th independent country section.
To see Oscar being recognised by Les Clefs d Or is real testimony to his passion for excellence, said Heinrich Morio, Burj Al Arab s General Manager.
London, May 30 ( ANI ): Barry Gibb will be honoured with a life time achievement award for the long and outstanding career of his band 'Bee Gees', at the 'O2 Silver Clef Awards' next month.
The Tartan Clefs, now in their 12th year, also paid tribute to some of Scotland's most successful rock acts and music industry figures.
11) This may be a good idea, but it does not seem likely that many editions that use the old notation will be reprinted with modified clefs.
Proust, c'est l' entree massive, audacieuse de l' auteur, du sujet ecrivant, comme biographologue, dans la litterature; 1'oeuvre qui ne releve pas du genre biographique (Journal, Memoires), est entierement tissue de lui, de ses lieux, de ses amis, de sa famille; a la lettre, il n'y a que cela dans son roman--malgre tous les alibis theoriques: condensations, absence de clefs, etc.
When the treble and bass clefs are combined, it is called a grand staff.
The pair of stainless steel treble clefs, polished and mounted on a base, were cut just minutes before on his shop floor with his precision laser.
The clefs used by the violins, violas, haute-contre and tenor are modernized in both editions, with clear and accurate indications of these changes on the score.