The lines that musical notes a written on are called a musical staff, or sometimes a stave. When extra notes are required above or below the staff, they are placed on shorter lines known as ledger lines.
The answer to this riddle is "sheet music" or any other term for musical notation. The five lines and four spaces represent the lines and spaces on a staff. The notes are notes of music.
The staff is a system of five lines where we write music notes. The pitches of the notes are determined by the clef sign. The clef is placed in the left side of the staff.
The five lines are called a stave. Some notes fall below or above the stave, if so they will be marked with small lines to show where they would have been placed.
All notes look similar. The difference is the line or space it is placed on and its stem.
A short line placed above or below a staff to accommodate notes higher or lower than the range of the staff.
A staff. Not the wooden kind, but the kind with five lines that almost always requires a clef sign.
The notes outside the staff do not have a collective name, but they are referred to as being notes on "ledger lines".
the notes a e abcgh
There are seven positions that can play 3-4 notes each
they are music notes on the lines of a peace of music
The notes and positions for A-sharp are exactly the same as for B-flat.
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There is a difference between piano notes and guitar notes. These notes are played on very different instruments producing very different sounds.
They are called ledger lines.
The value of what note serves as the basis for the relative value of all other notes?
Clefs do not have 'sounds'. They are merely tools to indicate where on the musical stave notes are to be placed. However, the treble clef 'places' higher notes than the bass clef. If a clef is placed in the middle of the staff, then the notes that follow that clef are of that clef. For example, if the bass clef is placed on the treble staff, the notes that follow it are to be interpreted as "bass clef" notes and played using lower notes on the piano. The opposite is true if the treble clef is placed on the bass staff.
The notes in music mean that sounds are happening. Rests in music are periods of strategically placed silences in between the notes.
The five lines and four spaces on which notes on a musical page are written, are called a Staff. A Treble Clef and Bass Clef staff are combined for piano music. All notes, quarter notes, half notes, whole notes, etc. are placed on a staff or if they are higher than the staff allows, they use ledger lines. In a piano staff, a ledger line is a short line between the two staffs that is shown when the note Middle C is notated. Ledger lines can also be above the top staff or below the bottom staff.