Hello, everyone. Sukim again. Today we're going to talk about how to read piano sheet music? First of all, do you know what is it?
Treble clef is played mostly with your right hand, and usually played up to the higher end of the
Bass clef is played with your left hand, and down on the lower end of the piano.
When you look at this music staff, you will see that it's made up for five lines, and four spaces between those lines. there are five lines and four spaces on the staff. Depending on which line or space the note falls under, it tells you what note to play.
Reading notes on treble clef (spaces and lines)
Remember that the lines of the treble clef are E/G/B/D/F, and that the spaces over there are F/A/C/E, it also spells the word face, you can memorize a little saying to go along with that to help you learn those better. Something like that, so long as the first letter of each of the words in the saying, corresponds to one of the letters that you have.
Reading notes on bass clef(spaces and lines)
And next, we have the spaces of the bass clef, which are A/C/E/G
Last lesson, we have been mentioned that there are C/D/E/F/G/A/B in one group. We call this These musical alphabet. The musical alphabet begins with A and goes to G, and then it repeats. Here we go, A/B/C/D/E/F/G/A/B, and then it will keep going C/D/E/F/G/A/B. Remember A to G, and repeats.
On the first place, as piano beginner, the tension is caused because you are using dual muscular pulls. Your muscles are interconnected with each other, so if you use two different muscles, you’ll have to balance them.