tenor cleff help

tenor cleff help

    
tenor cleff help    15:47 on Sunday, August 15, 2004          
(Richard)
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I have the hardest time reading tenor cleff. Does anyone have any tips on how to memorize it?


Re: tenor cleff help    15:50 on Sunday, August 15, 2004          
(Richard)
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woops...didn`t mean to post this twice


Re: tenor cleff help    10:57 on Thursday, August 26, 2004          
(M. A.)
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well, its just like the treble. the only difference is that you would play/sing the notes one octave lower.


Re: tenor cleff help    14:43 on Saturday, September 18, 2004          
(Joey)
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um, no it`s not...
I`ve been reading tenor clef since I started playing. Just remember that the line in the middle of the 3-like figure is middle C. So the lines spell out D, F, A, C, E and the spaces spell out E, G, B, D. Once you read it for a while, it becomes second nature and easy to play...Good luck!


Re: tenor cleff help    22:56 on Sunday, October 24, 2004          
(Taylor)
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yeah third guy`s right not sure what second guy`s talkin bout. tenor cleff is hard at first but you just gotta play it and it`ll get to be almost as easy as reading bass cleff. It took me about 3 months to learn mind i did have private lessons but still it just takes practice.(like you`ve never heard that before)


just practice it a lot    22:16 on Tuesday, November 09, 2004          
(Jonny)
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Just practice bass clef and tenor clef alot. After playing them constantly, your fingers will automatically switch clefs when you see them change...This comes in very useful in many orechestra parts, where the clefs change constantly


   




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