Notes

Notes on the a string violin

Notes on the a string violin
  1. What are the notes on the A string on a violin?
  2. How do you write notes on a violin?

What are the notes on the A string on a violin?

The open strings on a violin are tuned to the following pitches, from lowest to highest: G, D, A, E. (Each string sounds a perfect fifth above the one below it.) The first stop on the fingerboard will produce a note that is one whole tone higher than the open string. These notes are A, E, B, and F#.

How do you write notes on a violin?

Violin music is always written in treble clef. When notes fall outside of the pitches that fit onto the stave, small lines called ledger lines are added above or below to place the notes, as you can see with the low G - string pitch which sits below two ledger lines.

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