Examples Notes Of Piano

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Examples Notes Of Piano

They have a piano and want to know how to play it and how to read the sheet music. But you ask yourself, “What are the notes?” You need to look at a background that contains the meaning of a note and the notation.

What a note is
A note is a character that tells a person the length and name of the sound to play. Let us resolve that.

Note lengths:
When you listen to music, not all sounds are the same length. Therefore, various symbols must be present to represent how long a note should actually be played. A beginner musician usually starts learning the notes with one, two and four counts, followed by the notes with three and then half the count. When a person learns the piano (or any instrument), more note lengths are added. These are all treated in any piano textbook, such as the Alfred Series or the Hal Leonard Series. There are more textbooks for piano to choose from.

I often tell students that:

~ 1 Count is a blob on a stick or a circle filled with a stalk
~ 2 count note is an unfilled blob on a stick or an unfilled circle with a stem
~ 3-count note is like a 2-count note with a dot after it
~ 4 count note is a circle
~ ½ count is like a 1-count, but with a small tail from above. When the stalk goes up, the tail goes down to the right. When the stem goes down, the tail rises from right to up.

Note names:
Notes are named. The first note names you learn are the first seven letters of the alphabet, namely A B C D E F G. It is often referred to as a musical alphabet. If you see notes on piano notes, interpret the name of the note by placing it on top, above, or below the stave. (see music notation below). Then you have to find the right key of the piano to press.

The piano is divided into black and white keys. The black keys are divided into groups of 3 keys and groups of 2 keys that repeat over the entire length of the piano. The white keys are named after the musical alphabet and in relation to the black keys. For example, C is always the white key immediately to the left of the set of 2 black keys. E is the key to the right of the group of 2 black keys.

As people progress, they learn which note names the black keys are for. Each note of the musical alphabet is a sharp note name, eg. B. Fis, or a flat note name, z. B. To, assigned. Sharp notes are the key to the right of the name of the musical alphabet note. Flat notes are the key immediately to the left of the name of the musical alphabet note.

Notes notation

The following is the basic notation required to learn the notes of the piano.

1. Treble clef: When you see this sign, play notes with your right hand

2. Bass Clef: When you see this character, play notes with your left hand

3. Daube: These are the five horizontal lines

4. Treble Stave: This is a stave with a treble clef for playing with the right hand

5. Bass Stave: This is a stave with a bass clef for playing with the left hand

6. Grand Stave: In this case, place the bass stave under the treble stave and connect it with a bracket. With this notation you can read the notes of the piano for the right and the left hand at the same time.

7. Room Notes: These are notes placed between the lines on the stave or above or below the stave. To learn the room notes in the right hand, start with the lowest point of the treble stave and write the word FAC E. To learn the fringes of the left hand from the lowest point of the bass stave, you form a sentence and use the first letter of each word as the line name.
All cows eat grass is a common phrase, hence the note names of A C E G.

8. Line Notes: These are notes that are placed on the stave lines or on top or bottom of the stave. They follow a sentence again and use the first letter as line notes on both staves, starting with the bottom line. The sentence in the treble clef is Every Good Boy Deserve’s Fruit, with the note names being E G D B F. The phrase in the bass note name is Good Boys Deserve Fruit. The note names are always G B D F A.

You learn one grade at a time with exercises and pieces that you play and remember. As you learn more and more notes from the piano, you will be able to play pieces that you like and have a lot of fun with.

This is only one introduction to learning the notes of the piano.