Minute a Day Music Theory for Beginners Lesson 5
 

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Instruments that play low notes, like the left hand of the piano and the cello
use a 'clef' called the 'bass clef'. 

It looks like this:

Bass clef

Here is part of some music for cello. After you listen to this, go back to lesson 3 and listen to the difference between these notes and the higher violin notes.

Cello piece

 

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