Reading Treble Clef and Bass Clef Notes and Find Them On Piano – Learn to Play Piano Lesson 4

Know how to read treble clef and bass clef notes but need help to find them on the piano? This lesson in the learn to play piano series will help you out with this. By the end of the lesson, you will have an even better understanding of how to translate notes on the staff to the piano.

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This series of piano lessons and tutorials is designed to help you learn how to play piano. In this tutorial lesson, we are going to talk about finding notes on the piano for both the treble clef and bass clef. Learn how to identify notes on the music staff and find those matching keys on the piano. Be sure to check out my other piano lessons and tutorials for beginners to learn even more about how to play the piano.

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The lines of the treble clef are E, G, B, D. F; and the spaces F, A, C, E. The lines of the bass clef are G, B, D, F,A; and the spaces A, C, E, G. Depending on which line or space a note falls on tells you where to play that note on the piano. Identifying notes on the piano will allow you to move on to playing songs. Reading sheet music is necessary in understanding almost all of my later lessons, so it is recommended that you practice note reading regularly. Practice note reading here: . Make sure to use the settings to set which notes you want to practice reading.
Every beginner piano student should know how to identify the keys on the piano. The piano key to the left of the group of two black keys is C, the notes in between the two black keys is D and the notes to the right is E. The key to the left of the group of three black keys is F, the one between the first two black keys is G, the next one up is A and finally B to the right of the three black keys.

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