Pieces on the GRAND STAFF






Reader's Grand Staff - RT Version - Sheet Music

This is a simplified horizontal notation on the grand staff (traditional notation) with rhythm shown on a timeline.

White notes are played on white keys. Black notes are played on black keys. (The occasionally used gray notes are also played on black keys.) If the key signature shows sharps (#'s), black notes are SHARPS. If the key signature shows flats (b's), black notes are FLATS. If there is NO key signature, black notes indicate accidental flats and gray notes, accidental sharps.

Note Substitutions - All non-natural notes from the traditional notation source of a piece (#'s, b's, x's, and bb's) that are played on white keys are notated in the RT version as their natural-note enharmonic equivalents. (B sharp is a C; C flat is a B; B double flat is an A; F double sharp is a G, etc.) 

RT stands for "Reader's Version of the Grand Staff on a Timeline"
You will find learning materials for this series
at this link: Focus on the Grand Staff 


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