A ledger line or leger line is used in Western musical notation to notate pitches
above or below the lines and spaces of the regular musical staff. A line slightly
longer than the note head is drawn...
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Mar 3, 2016 ... Learn how to read musical notes that fall below or above the staff of the ... Lesson
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Here's a reference of the piano notes that are above and below the staff in both
the ... Just follow each line and space counting through the musical alphabet.
As shown here, a five-line notation staff can hold only 11 natural notes. ... Many
late comers to music literacy claim that reading grand staff notation takes two ...
To a standard treble clef add an "A" ledger line below the middle C ledger line.
How you can read ledger line notes - easily and quickly. Multimedia ... Ledger
line notes are those notes found above and below the treble and bass staves.
Next in our How To Read Piano Notes lesson we take a look at ledger lines.
Ledger lines are short lines placed above and below the musical staff. Here are
How to read ledger lines in bass and treble clef. How to avoid multiple ... The
musical staff is the foundation upon which notes are drawn. It comprises five lines
Nov 18, 2009 ... To read the notes on leger lines, you simply "count" up or down through the ... To
read music on leger lines below the staff, "count" backwards ...
The bass clef uses the same musical alphabet as treble, but the letters start in
different ... Stems on notes below the middle line stick up on the right of the note.