treble clef

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a clef that puts the G above middle C on the second line of a staff

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The under vowel, living almost always within the treble clef, if heard in isolation, contributes an /u/or /o/-like (occasionally /[?
A traditional view of treble clef choirs focuses on the ensemble as a preparation for SATB singing with high school treble clef choirs consisting of the "leftover" girls who were not selected for a mixed ensemble (Carp, 2004).
Mnemonic devices can take the form of acronyms, like the PRICE treatment for sports injuries; or sentences, such as the classic "Every good boy does fine" to remember the musical notes E, G, B, D, and F on the lines of the treble clef.
The syllabus is available from Dolphin Music in Huddersfield, Treble clef music shop in Brighouse, Octave above in Moldgreen and Music 4 all in Marsh.
In the totally-going-for-it department, Plan B's Jereme Rogers had a treble clef musical note tattooed on his face, joining such dignitaries as Antwuan, Lil' Wayne, Andy Roy, and Charles Manson.
I still, to this day, can really only read the treble clef," she says.
Most everyone who has ever taken piano lessons can recall that Every Good Boy Does Fine for the notes placed on the lines on the treble clef stave (E G B D F), going from the bottom to the top.
She made a big thing of a treble clef tattoo she said she got just for him, and told everyone about it.
Its Pepto-Bismol pink refurbished stucco exterior is accented by an arrangement of painted eighth and sixteenth notes and a neon treble clef that blazes until sunrise every Saturday and Sunday morning.
The screen contains several options for behind-the-scenes tidbits with a very thematic little gold treble clef as the cursor.
Hill, played by Greg Finley, talks the River City citizens into buying instruments and uniforms for a kids' band that he vows to organize though he doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef.
Immediately after a thirty-second rest, the big lea p from A in the treble clef to F in the bass clef articulates motive b.
The white treble clef of her flannel nightdress billowed as she spun away, clutching the curved lid.
Around them float fillets of veiny flesh, pictograms and ghostlike figures of unknown origin, and a dreamy vignette of a boat with lips on its side and a noselike treble clef for a mast, sailing under clouds that become the eyes of a face.
Elliott's choice of treble clef for two of his `alto' parts and transposed treble clef for the third, despite the fact that alto 1 and alto 3 have the same range, exacerbates the apparent confusion about the nature of such 16th-century contratenor parts.