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Question regariding bass clef #2843918
04/30/19 09:53 PM
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I have a piece of music that has a normal treble clef, but it has two independent treble clefs that has a large curly brace on the left connecting them. How do I interpret this? Thanks.

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Re: Question regariding bass clef [Re: Keith Lynn] #2843924
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Originally Posted by Keith Lynn
I have a piece of music that has a normal treble clef, but it has two independent treble clefs that has a large curly brace on the left connecting them. How do I interpret this? Thanks.

Lower = LH, upper = RH


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Re: Question regariding bass clef [Re: Keith Lynn] #2843946
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The curly brace indicates the two voices are to sound together. The 2nd line would be played after the first line if there were no connection between the two.


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