Download our free apps for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC and interact with your sheet music anywhere with in-app transposition, text & highlighter markup and adjustable audio/video playback. Because the modern stave has only five lines, it is not possible to represent all pitches playable by the orchestra with only one clef, even with the use of ledger lines. 57 - Baritone or Trombone & Piano, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Brass Quintet score, Introduction and Dance - Baritone (or Trombone) & Piano, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Baritone part (Brass Quintet), Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town - Score (Brass Choir), Amazing Grace - Baritone Horn (or Trumpet) & Piano, Casta Diva - Bass Clef Instrument & Piano, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Brass Quintet, To God Be the Glory - Saxophone Quartet Score, Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town - Brass Choir, Chorus: Placido è il mar - Bass Clef Instrument, Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming - Saxophone Quartet, Baritone Bass Clef, Baritone Horn, Bassoon, Cello, Double Bass, Trombone or Tuba Solo, Baritone Bass Clef, Bassoon, Cello, Flute, Oboe, Recorder, Trombone, Tuba or Violin Solo, Baritone Bass Clef, Cello or Trombone Solo, for Alto Saxophone, Baritone Bass Clef or Baritone Saxophone.
The F clef notated to sound an octave higher is used for the bass recorder. When the C-clef is placed on the fourth line of the stave, it is called the tenor clef.
1931. This clef was used for the left hand of keyboard music (particularly in France; see Bauyn manuscript) as well as the baritone part in vocal music. In some scores, the same concept is construed by using a double clef—two G-clefs overlapping one another. Where used for the double bass, the sound is an octave lower than the written pitch. It was also traditionally used for mezzo-soprano voices in operatic roles, notably by composer Claudio Monteverdi. either with an octave version of the treble clef where written alone or the bass clef where combined on one stave with the bass part. There are three forms of clef used in modern music notation: F, C, and G. Each form assigns its reference note to a line (and in rare cases, a space) depending on its placement on the stave.[b]. However, the appropriate use of octave marking in score editing software ensures that music files (such as MIDI files) generate tones in their proper octaves. It occasionally turns up in keyboard music to the present day (for example, in Brahms's Organ Chorales and John Cage's Dream for piano). For other uses of "Cle", see, Strictly speaking, the clef does not indicate the pitch of the notes, but their names; the actual pitch may vary according to the.
Baritone players who read treble clef (T.C.) The baritone, like the trombone and euphonium, is a nine-foot brass tube. Six of these, however, are redundant clefs (for example, a G-clef on the third line would be the same as a C-clef on the bottom line).