Bass Clef Sight reading (Beginners)

Hi guys!


This week we have been looking at our bass clef and how to read music on the stave!

🎶 We are looking at all the different components that help us read music.


❗Remember! Our stave is made up of 5 lines and 4 spaces, as shown on the worksheet.


🤔 There are two rhymes that help us remember which notes go where on the stave - the first is:


▪️Georgina Bear Deserves Food Always (On the line)

👍 Each word starts with the letter of the note on each line. Fill in the sheet to help you remember.


And the second is:


▪️All Cats Enjoy Grieg (On the space)


✏️ Each of the words in both rhymes help us remember which note is which!

🎶 We also need to look at the rhythm too!


✏️ We have some crotchets, minims, and semibreves. Use the video with me to help you play these rhythms when sight reading your music!


👍 Have fun and make sure to practise it more than once!


Lucy and the FunKeys team

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