The bass clef symbol looks like this and signifies low to medium pitches being read on the staff. Each line and space is assigned a specific note, with the lines being G, B, D, F, A, and the spaces A, C, E and G, starting from the bottom of the bass clef staff. You also learned that ledger line notes extend the staff.
The space notes from bottom to top (from the first space to the fourth space) of the bass staff are A-C-E-G. You can use the phrases â€œAll Cows Eat Grassâ€ or â€œAll Cars Eat Gasâ€ to remember the acronym. Middle C is located on a line above the bass staff.
Figure 6: A small "8" at the bottom of a treble clef means that the notes should sound one octave lower than written. Music is easier to read and write if most of the notes fall on the staff and few ledger lines have to be used.
A. Always. 5. All. 1. A. Spaces.. Cows. 2. C.. Eat. 3. E.. Grass. 4. G. C. Notes Below the Staff.. D.. E.. F.. G. A. Notes Above the Staff.
Notes on the Bass Clef Quiz. What note is this? first space on bottom of staff. A B C D E F G check answer. Correct! Incorrect. What note is this? below first ledger .
Learn how to read bass clef notes and try a free quiz to test your knowledge once you have learned the bass staff notes.
Using some simple phrases and a bit of practice, you can read bass clef with ease.. In general, the bass clef is used to denote the deeper, left-hand notes on.