TENOR CLEF

TENOR CLEF

    
TENOR CLEF    17:27 on Wednesday, June 29, 2011          

superior15jags
(45 points)
Posted by superior15jags

CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME TO LEARN HOW TO READ TENOR CLEF......I HAVE SEEN THE MUSIC MY BAND DIRECTOR WANTS TO DO FOR FBA AND I GO IN AND OUT OF THE TENOR CLEF I RANDOM SPOTS SO PLZ


Re: TENOR CLEF    12:03 on Thursday, June 30, 2011          

contra448
(735 points)
Posted by contra448

I've just been told about this download - http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/note-perfect/id400187011?mt=8 . I haven't seen it myself, as I don't use the necessary gizmos, but it is suppposed to be very helpful. This is free until the end of June - so move fast!

Good luck.


Re: TENOR CLEF    13:05 on Thursday, June 30, 2011          

contra448
(735 points)
Posted by contra448

I think thast the end of June UK time = which might leave you even less time depending where you live.


Re: TENOR CLEF    14:40 on Thursday, June 30, 2011          

grimmdude
(1 point)
Posted by grimmdude

When reading tenor clef you just need to know that C is placed on the 4th line up on the staff. All the other notes can be found by reference, it will just take some practice though. There's a good article on the different clefs at http://www.goodclef.com/clefs/ Hope that helps


Re: TENOR CLEF    04:00 on Friday, July 01, 2011          

hegyhati
(923 points)
Posted by hegyhati

+1 to Grimmdude. As a cello beginner, I'm used to the bass clef. However, in my free time I often prepare music sheets in lilypond. Now I'm busy with a concerto from Vivaldi, and I had to read in treble and alto clef as well. At the beginning it was pretty slow of course, always counting from the C, where the other notes are. but after a while You just get used to it.
Maybe one more idea: If You have pieces, that You played long ago, and remember only partially, edit the music sheet and put it in tenor clef. (transposition will maybe also necessary), and then You can practice the clef with known pieces.


Re: TENOR CLEF    10:23 on Friday, July 01, 2011          

Drew
(371 points)
Posted by Drew

This "flash card" system might help you practice a bit.

http://courses.wcupa.edu/frichmon/usetech/musicalflashcards/tnnotes.html

I find the main thing that helps is just to keep reading it and reading it, much as you did when first learning bass or treble clef - soon you will start to read the notes automatically.


Re: TENOR CLEF    13:12 on Friday, July 01, 2011          

hegyhati
(923 points)
Posted by hegyhati

Well, You don't need to go to other sites, this site also has a nice practice tool for all type of clefs:
http://www.8notes.com/school/theory/musictheory/files/trainers/html/id82_en.html


Re: TENOR CLEF    15:29 on Friday, July 01, 2011          

Drew
(371 points)
Posted by Drew

Hegyhati, the site you mentioned is actually a very good one - I didn't know about it but just tried it and like it very much because you can set the range. Start with just a range of a few notes and get them in your mind really well, then expand the range - I like it!


Re: TENOR CLEF    16:55 on Friday, July 01, 2011          

hegyhati
(923 points)
Posted by hegyhati

Drew, I'm happy I could help :-) Well, this site has plenty of useful stuffs, You can have a look at them here: http://www.8notes.com/games/
enjoy :-)


Re: TENOR CLEF    11:52 on Sunday, July 03, 2011          

Jazz1467
(1 point)
Posted by Jazz1467

What Instruments is that for?


Re: TENOR CLEF    15:15 on Sunday, July 03, 2011          

hegyhati
(923 points)
Posted by hegyhati

Jazz1467: Sorry, I don't understand clearly Your question.


Re: TENOR CLEF    04:10 on Monday, July 11, 2011          

BsnDude
(10 points)
Posted by BsnDude

Tenor Clef in band? What's the piece?


Re: TENOR CLEF    18:41 on Wednesday, December 14, 2011          

ChiSun
(81 points)
Posted by ChiSun

hraehradj


Re: TENOR CLEF    22:20 on Sunday, June 17, 2012          

stst
(2 points)
Posted by stst

look at where the center of the clef is; that's where middle C is. http://i.imgur.com/Xy7uz.jpg


   




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