- --- In KWChoir@yahoogroups.com, scarlets1@a... wrote:
> Good gentles,Amy Marie,
> Yours in <sheepish and embarrassed> service,
> Amy Marie
Don't feel sheepish. I didn't even know there WERE other clefs. And I
thought my 12 years of piano lessons had taught me music...
I'm learning a lot, thank you, everyone, for the explanations.
- I always thought of it as a fancy 3, but yes - the center point is C. That's why it's so handy! You can move it anywhere and know where C is.Niamh (who didn't pay much attention in Music Theory, either!)
scarlets1@... wrote:Good gentles,I think I was the one with questions about the alto clef. Can I assume that the little doohicky between the two backward C's comes to a point on whatever line is going to be C? (Boy, I should REALLY have paid more attention in music theory class...) I can see that if C is always changing its position on the staff from song to song, one could get better at sight reading.Yours in <sheepish and embarrassed> service,Amy MarieP. S. And you're right: your Dr. A. was a cruel and evil person.
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