Funky Piano Keys: 8.5x11 Blank Sheet Music Notebook, 100 Pages by ClefworksFunky Piano Keys Blank Sheet Music Notebook
This notebook includes blank music staff pages with six bracketed treble and clef staffs that are perfect for writing, reading and practicing piano music. Its sized just right fo easily writing music notation and taking your songs and music on the go.
Size: 8.5 x 11 Inches
Pages: 100 Pages (50 Sheets Front and Back)
6 Bracketed Staffs Per Page
Crisp White Pages
Thick Matte Soft Cover
How To Read Sheet Music For Piano
Want to learn how to read music? New to the piano? Reading piano notes is the first step for beginners to tackling a piece of music. If you want to learn how to read music you should start by looking at the treble clef first. This is the staff that shows which notes to play with your right hand.
Learning how to read sheet music for piano can be quite daunting at first because it looks like a series of lots of lines and dots with several random symbols thrown in for good measure. Piano music tends to have 2 staves. Usually but not always , the top stave is written in the Treble Clef and the bottom stave is written in Bass Clef. The top stave shows the notes that should be played with the right hand , whilst the bottom stave shows the notes to be played by the left hand. It helps to remember this when practicing as you can practice one hand at a time and make significant progress with whichever piece you are wanting to play. The numbers placed underneath certain notes are suggestions of what fingers to use — you will often find these when reading music for piano….
How to Read Sheet Music
Do you just want to expand your general artistic knowledge? Well, learning the basics of how to read sheet music can help you achieve all of these, and in a shorter amount of time than you might have thought! They represent the pitch, speed, and rhythm of the song they convey, as well as expression and techniques used by a musician to play the piece. Think of the notes as the letters, the measures as the words, the phrases as the sentences and so forth. Learning to read music really does open up a whole new world to explore! Music is made up of a variety of symbols, the most basic of which are the staff, the clefs, and the notes.