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How to read sheet music with 3 staves

How to read sheet music with 3 staves
  1. What does it mean when sheet music has 3 staffs?
  2. How do you read notes on the stave?
  3. Why are there two treble clefs on sheet music?

What does it mean when sheet music has 3 staffs?

Sheet music with 3 staves; one grand staff (treble and bass) and one more, usually treble, indicates another instrument/voice. The piano then often has only the accompaniment written out (based on the chords) and the melody is meant to be sung.

How do you read notes on the stave?

Beginning on the bottom of the staff and going up, the notes spell face. You can use sentences to remember the other notes. Again, starting on the bottom line and moving up, the notes on the lines of the staff are E, G, B, D, and F, letters that begin the words of the sentence Every good boy does fine.

Why are there two treble clefs on sheet music?

The two staffs on a piano grand staff are primarily used to differentiate between your left and right hands. Sometimes, the left hand will need to play notes in the treble clef range, and sometimes the right hand will be playing notes in the bass clef range. In those cases, you will have two treble or bass clefs.

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