treble clef

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The sign 𝄠 (derived from old letter G) which indicates that the line on which it is placed is the G a 5th above middle C. Used for high‐pitched instr., for high vv., and for right‐hand pf. parts. For ten. v., treble clef is modified to indicate that notes are sounded octave lower than written.

Subjects: Music.

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