May 29, 2014
BTW, have you watched Nodame?
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Thu May 29 17:57:03 2014 (RqRa5)
Are you talking about tenor and bass clefs?
Order of sharps:
Five Cats Got Drunk At Eddy's Bar
I don't remember the mnemonics for the order of flats, BEADGCF, but it was more perverted.
Posted by: topmaker at Thu May 29 21:20:59 2014 (2yZsg)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Thu May 29 23:52:13 2014 (RqRa5)
Posted by: Clayton Barnett at Fri May 30 07:27:24 2014 (b4Q61)
Oh dear. Clefs yes, but I thought they were Treble and Bass.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Fri May 30 09:02:14 2014 (DnAJl)
Posted by: Mauser at Sat May 31 15:47:16 2014 (TJ7ih)
Are there other Clefs? [/quote]
Alto and Tenor, as well as Baritone and there are a couple of Soprano clefs too, but I know next to nothing of them.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sat May 31 16:22:02 2014 (DnAJl)
Yeah, I think you are right. Music Theory was my favorite class in high School, but then well tempered tuning came out and scotched the whole medium.
The clef used depends on both the range and the tuning of the instrument. The idea was you wanted the most common used pitches in the easiest to read area of the chart.
I could never figure out why some instruments would switch the scale though. A Bb flute would note a Bb as a C? Why?
Anyway, it is a relatively minor issue. a? Ahh, C.
Posted by: topmaker at Sat May 31 20:28:01 2014 (2yZsg)
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