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Lesson 3 Test

 

 

1.                 In treble clef, the lines—from top to bottom—indicate which pitches?
In treble clef, the spaces—from top to bottom—indicate which pitches?

 

 

2.                 In bass clef, the lines—from top to bottom—indicate which pitches?
In bass clef, the spaces—from top to bottom—indicate which pitches?

 

 

3.                 In both tenor and alto clefs, the line indicated by the clef sign fixes what pitch?

 

 

4.                 Notate Middle C in treble, bass, alto, and tenor clefs.

 

 

5.                 “Music for my instrument/voice is always notated in treble/bass/alto clef.  Why doesn’t everyone use the same clef as me?”

 

 

 

6.                 Ledger lines are used in what situation?

 

 

7.                 A grand staff consists of what three elements?

 

 

8.                 What is wrong with the notation in the example below?
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9.                 What is the distance between the following two notes?
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10.              Notate the following melody in the same range in treble, bass, and alto clefs.
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