Now lets put together what we’ve learned during the last 2 or 3 lessons. We are going to put together both the treble and the bass clef notes onto the grand staff, and associate it with the positions on the keyboard. First lets look at spaces.
In the image above there are several notes on the grand staff that we did not learn in our last lesson. Notice the notes that are sitting either above or below the staff. Low F in the bass clef sits right below the first line of the bass staff. B sits right above the top line of the bass staff. In the treble clef, D sits right below the first line, and high G sits right above the last line.
The notes on the lines are similar to what you have learned already: Good Boys Do Fine Always, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge. But wait! there is a note in the middle. This note is middle C! Notice that it is above the staff in the bass clef, and below the staff in the treble clef. It has a line going through it called a ledger line. We will learn about this in more detail in a later lesson, but ledger lines are used to show the notes that are too high or two low to fit on the staff.
Below you can see all of the notes on the grand staff. None of the note names are filled out – If you want some practice naming notes, you can download the worksheets in the worksheet section.