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noun - a musical notation written on a staff indicating the pitch of the notes following it
A symbol indicating the pitch represented by one line of a staff, in relation to which the other pitches of the staff can be determined.
noun - a musical symbol
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|C or G|
|It's on the staff|
|Sheet music symbol|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|From the Latin for "key" comes this symbol on a musical staff|
|It's a sign indicating the pitch of the notes on a musical staff; treble is one type|
|This word found after "treble" comes from the French for "key"|
|The treble one is also called the G one|
A clef (from French: clef "key") is a musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes. Placed on a stave, it indicates the name and pitch of the notes on one of the lines. This line serves as a reference point by which the names of the notes on any other line or space of the stave may be determined. As an exception, there is one clef that references a note in a space rather than on a line.|
* There are three types of clef used in modern music notation: F, C, and G. Each type of clef assigns its reference note to a line (and in rare cases, a space) depending on its placement on the stave. (G and F clefs are used as treble and bass clefs, respectively, in the vast majority of modern music.)* Once one of these clefs has been placed on one of the lines of the stave, the other lines and spaces can be read in relation to it.
* The use of three different clefs makes it possible to write music for all instruments and voices, even though they may have very different tessituras. This woul