Piano Clef Notes Chart

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Bottom Number Value 1 Whole note 2 Half note 4 Quarter note 8 Eighth note 16 Sixteenth note For example: 3/4 is 3 quarter notes per measure.. In the first measure the whole note gets all the beats (1, 2, 3 and 4) because 1 whole note = 4 quarter notes, and there are a total of 4 quarter notes per measure.. Play the note 1/2 step up (Sharp) Play the note 1/2 step down (Flat) Play the note normally pay no attention to the key signature The above 3 symbols can also appear at the beginning of each line of music affecting the whole line.. Volume of notes f Loud ff Loud Loud fff As loud as possible p Quiet mp Medium Quiet mf Medium Loud pp Quiet Quiet cresc Louder Stuff that affects notes sfz Hit note then back way off and build back up tr Trill vibrato Add waves to sound legato Smooth Stuff that affects the speed of note poco..

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