#1
During Choir class yesturday, my teacher gave a 10 minute long lecture on clefs.
I was unfamiliar with bass and tenor and how they were different.
Now I'm familiar with them.

At the end she said that Alto Clefs were associated with the devil.

What does that mean?
Is it because the alto voice range for men can be devilish?
#3
The hell...


(get it?)

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#8
ever heard how the tri-tone associates with the devil? Something like that maybe, but there is a large possibility I have no idea what I'm talking about
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ever heard how the tri-tone associates with the devil? Something like that maybe, but there is a large possibility I have no idea what I'm talking about


His teacher probably didn't know what she was talking about. And if she did, she obviously belongs to a Satan-worshipping cult, and should be demoted to janitor.
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His teacher probably didn't know what she was talking about. And if she did, she obviously belongs to a Satan-worshipping cult, and should be demoted to janitor.
now THAT I agree with
#16
There's a good chance she was just dicking around.
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#17
OP's teacher has AIDS.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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Is it because the alto voice range for men can be devilish?


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#19
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I meant treble, not tenor and the four I named are the most common.
I thought the most common were treble, bass, alto and tenor?
#20
I think I interpreted it wrongly.
I failed there.

To be specific, she said the alto clef was an abomination to use during the Reneissance Era of Europe because they thought it was the devil's.