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The first one (below) I call a "Trouble Clef"

Second one Bass (as in fish)

Third one G (as in Gee, I can read that one)

 

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I can see where this thread is headed!  It's only natural.jpg.

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25 minutes ago, craigb said:

I can see where this thread is headed!  It's only natural.jpg.

Your post is duly  "Noted"   😉

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1 hour ago, Notes_Norton said:

The first one (below) I call a "Trouble Clef"

Having played the bassoon in High School, I agree.  Going from the Gee, I can play this clef (on sax) to the Bass (90% of Bassoon music), the Trouble Clef was a Must to Avoid.

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let's fermata.jpg.0930c1f2f9d554ae28aa3dcf3a07650d.jpgthis   𝄞 meeting to include nurses 

but musically of coarse

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4 minutes ago, Notes_Norton said:

You all are pretty  witted

Really?Really?Really?

 

 

 

A triplet.

 

I'll get me coat.

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33 minutes ago, Bapu said:

I'll get me coat.

Don 't forget your Top Hat

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