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BB Review Q1

Fundamental Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Staff 5 lines & 4 space
Note (What you see on the staff) An oval shape written on the staff to represent a sound. To make a sound
Pitch (What you hear) The sound a note makes
Rest To make silence
Treble (G) Clef Used to notate the higher pitches on a staff. Lines: E,G,B, D, F Spaces: F,A,C,E
Bass (F) Clef Used to notate the lower pitches on a staff. Lines: G, B, D, F, A Spaces: A, C, E, G
Grand Staff When the treble & bass clefs are connected by a line & brace
Ledger Lines Short lines (AND SPACES) added above or below a staff to extend it
Musical Alphabet A, B, C, D, E, F, G
Treble (G) Clef Lines E, G, B, D, F
Treble (G) Clef Spaces F, A, C, E
Bass (F) Clef Lines G, B, D, F, A
Bass (F) Clef Spaces A, C, E, G
Grand Staff When the treble and bass clefs are connected with a line and a brace.
Ledger Lines Short lines used to extend the staff higher or lower. (don't forget about the spaces under them!)
Created by: PaulaKBrown