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what are some clefts i know bass and treble and i know you can have 2 of any clefts except for bass. so what are other types and what do they mean. and how do you use them.
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#2
They all fall under the G, F, and C clef.

But to answer your q, I think you are looking for Alto or Soprano Clef?

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umm..well when you have more then one instrument thats when you have more then one cleft. as far as not having two of any clefts...theres no rule in that. the cleft only describes what instrument is being used. bass and treble. as far as saprano/tennor etc....they dont have there own clefts. there either treble, or bass.
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umm..well when you have more then one instrument thats when you have more then one cleft. as far as not having two of any clefts...theres no rule in that. the cleft only describes what instrument is being used. bass and treble. as far as saprano/tennor etc....they dont have there own clefts. there either treble, or bass.


Everything in that post is wrong. You can have two clefs for one instrument, most piano music has the left and right hand parts on two separate staves, and often the lower stave is bass clef and the higher is treble. There are alto and tenor clefs, which look the same but are moved so their centre is on the line which is C.

And it is clef, not cleft
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And not to split hairs, but a clef is a sign placed at the beginning of a musical staff to determine the pitch of the notes.

A cleft, on the other hand, is 1) a space or opening made by or as if by splitting: FISSURE; 2) a usually V-shaped indented formation: a hollow between ridges or protuberances

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