How to Read Bass Clef: A Crash Course!
In this 1 day crash course, we will learn how to read all the lines and spaces of the staff in bass clef!
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Are you looking new in the music scene and want to improve your music reading skills? Do you want to learn in a fun, ability inclusive, and safe environment? Come join my Bass clef reading crash course! We will learn how to read music in a bass clef staff, and recognize notes quickly. The class will be approx. 55 minutes long to accomplish learning all 5 notes on the staff lines and all 4 notes in the staff spaces, 2 notes over the staff, and their relation to the treble clef. The class...
Students will learn to identify a bass clef vs. treble clef. Students will learn to read and write E, F, G, A, B, C, and D in lines and spaces correctly, as well as above the staff Students will learn to read a staff properly and recite the order of note appearances Students will learn the relation and difference between notes on the bass clef staff and notes on the treble clef staff
I am a professional freelance clarinetist who has been playing and reading sheet music for over a decade. I have also played with professional jazz musicians. I have a bachelor's degree from NYU in Music Education and have taught music reading to elementary students while student teaching in a NYC Public School. I have also arranged in treble clef, with a strong understanding of pace and repetition being crucial to the learning process of note identification.
Students will be assigned a fun note identification sheet for homework, which will be completed upon completion of the class.
1 file available upon enrollmentStaff Paper (provided in the "for enrolled learners" attachment) Pencils
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Note Identification worksheets
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28 total reviews
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Hi! I'm Teacher M.! My name is Maya Maloney-Hupert (they/them). I am a musician and educator with a bachelor's degree in music education from NYU. I am a professional clarinetist and have been playing for 15 years, and have been singing for about...