How to Read Music Notes in One Easy Lesson for Beginners



This easy lesson for beginners will teach you how to read music notes and play them on the piano. This is a complete lesson with both instruction and practice. If you are a beginner who knows nothing at all about reading sheet music or you want a review, this easy lesson is perfect for you. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to read music notes on both the treble and bass clef, as well as the ledger lines on both clefs.

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Remember that there is a treble clef (played with right hand) and bass clef (played with left hand). Each clef has a staff, which tells you which notes to play. There are five lines and four spaces for each staff. A music note can be placed on either a line or a space and depending on the line or space, tells you which note to play on the piano and where to play it. When memorizing the lines and spaces for each clef, make sure to count from the bottom of the staff to the top to get the right answer. The lines of the treble clef are E, G, B, D and F. The spaces of the treble clef are F, A, C, E. Lines of the bass clef will be G, B, D, F, A and spaces are A, C, E, G.

00:18 Staff Layout
02:01 Treble Clef
05:30 Bass Clef
07:07 Treble Clef Practice
09:42 Ledger Lines
11:22 Bass Clef Practice
15:56 Ledger Lines Continued
18:52 How to Practice Note Reading

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