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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clef

Where the C-clef is placed on the fourth line of the stave, it is called the tenor clef. This clef is used for the upper ranges of the bassoon ...

musictheoryblog.blogspot.com/2006/12/alto-and-tenor-clefs.html

The Alto Clef is positioned on the middle line. This line becomes the note C. (This note is also Middle C.) The note names in Alto Clef are: Tenor Clef is very ...

makingmusicmag.com/explanation-clefs-treble-bass-alto-tenor

Nov 16, 2013 ... Alto clef is often called viola clef, or sometimes C clef, since the middle line of the staff is the note C. The viola and the alto trombone are ...

musictheoryfundamentals.com/MusicTheory/clefs.php

Middle C is located in a different spot for each clef, but it remains the exact ... For the tenor clef, middle C is located on the second line from the top of the staff.

.ask.com/youtube?q=Tenor+Clef&v=lBsX6uhydcQ
Jan 30, 2014 ... The tenor clef helps us to write music for some orchestral instruments. For more like this, join Dave at www.daveconservatoire.org for the full ...

musictheorysite.com/clefs

If a C clef is moved up to the 4th line of the staff, thus indicating that the C is written on the 4th line, it's then known as a tenor clef. When reading notes written in ...

notationtraining.com/tenor-clef-practice

Practice sight-reading of music notes in tenor clef. ... Practice sight-reading of tenor clef. You see 8 randomly generated notes below, use your keyboard, midi ...

musicards.net/music_flash_cards/read_tenor_clef.html

These flash cards help you to learn how to read the tenor clef quickly. The shortcut for reading tenor clef is the opposite of the alto clef: simply read the note as if ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tenor_clef

tenor clef (plural tenor clefs). (music) a musical clef that is higher than the bass clef and lower than the alto clef where the A that is a third lower than middle C is  ...

musescore.org/en/node/54746

Apr 9, 2015 ... I'm currently using Musescore 1.3. I'm trying to write a score for TTBB using the 'C' Tenor Clef like a 'H', but I don't find this anywhere in the ...