treble clef



[Eng.]


A symbol located at the beginning of a staff to indicate the pitches of the notes placed on the lines and spaces of the staff. The treble clef is also called the "G clef" because the symbol at the beginning of the staff (a stylized letter "G") encircles the second line of the staff, indicating that that line is the g1 (or g above middle C).

See also [Eng.] treble clef; [Fr.] clé d'ut de sol (f); [Ger.] Violinschlüssel (m); [It.] chiave di violino (f); [Sp.] clave de sol (f).

Also [Eng.] G clef; [Fr.] clef de sol (f); [Ger.] G-Schlüssel (m); [It.] chiave di violino (f).


treble clef

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