The piano is read with two keys, one is the g-key, which with a few exceptions focuses on the notes above middle C, and the other the bass key, which is the lower part of the piano and keyboard and focuses on the notes under the middle C. This is a general rule with a few exceptions. Sometimes music can cross the key boundary and be written with notes still displayed in the bass clef, played in a higher section slightly above middle C. The piano section of the piano is the one that really stands out, and it is important to learn all the notes and exactly where it is on the musical notes because bass accompaniment really fills a song and makes the sound complete during performance or playing. If you were to play the note only in the right hand, it might sound empty and could not be performed. The notes on the lines in the bass clef are G B D F A. A simple rhyme to help you remember this is Aunt Big Big Dogs Scare. Notes between the lines are A C E G. A simple rhyme to help you remember is All Cows Eat Grass. As in the drag key, you will have additional notes read outside the bar in the bass key. The middle C, B, F & E are the ones you will encounter regularly. Middle C is two steps above A, which is the top row of the bar, B is one step above A, which is in the top row of the bar. . F and E are at the bottom of the bar. F is one step below G in the bottom row of the bar and E is two steps below G in the bottom row of the bar. So always remember in Bass Clef: A is the top line and will be a pitch and G will be the bottom and first line that moves the bar up and a bottom pitch. If you look at how the notes are displayed in the notes, you can see the similarity between the treble and both the keys. You will notice that the notes are on the same part of the bar, between and on the rows, but that they are read as different notes because they are indifferent slits. Learn How to Read the Notes in the Treble Clef Learning to read music is like reading cards. When you look at a map, the first thing you want to see is a sign that says "You are here". This is the key's job in music. The two most common keys in music are the g key and the bass key. The grass key is used to note high notes. Loud instruments read from the g key, eg. flute, clarinet, violin, female voice and right piano part. Using the g key gives an accurate indication of the pitch (or height) of subsequent notes. It looks like an embellished letter G. Actually, the G key is a different name. It is placed at the head of the staff (or staff) - a series of 5 parallel lines on which notes are placed. The G key is placed on the 2nd line of the staff. The name and pitch of line 2 is now fixed. This is line 2 G. Once you have a precise reference point, you can learn what all the other notes are called. Line 1 is E. The 1st space is F. The 2nd line (fixed point) is G. The 2nd space is A, etc. When you put notes on the wand, you're raising the alphabet one letter at a time. A quick way to remember the four-space notes in the key is: "4 spaces game FACE." When playing the letters FACE on a piano, start with F and play all the other white keys.