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  Clef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
3.2 The subbass clef and the baritone clef
The C clef on the bottom line is named the soprano clef, which is occasionally seen in music for violin and clarinet in A. The 5th line C clef, or baritone clef, is often written as the 3rd line F clef; both ways are exactly equivalent.
The percussion clef is not a clef in the same sense that the F, C and G clefs are.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clef   (2357 words)

 Octave treble clef
The vocal tenor clef is used in vocal music for the male tenor voice part to indicate that the tenor voice actually sounds an octave lower that where it is notated in the normal treble clef.
The vocal tenor clef should not be confused with the C clef that is also named tenor clef.
In the past, the C clef known as the tenor clef was used for the tenor voice and is still used for other instruments in the same range such as the trombone, the cello, and the bassoon.
www.music.vt.edu /musicdictionary/texto/Octavetrebleclef.html   (251 words)

The two dots of the F clef surround the line that represents the note F. The most common use of the F clef is the bass clef, which places F on the 2nd line from the top of the staff; the name "F clef" is frequently used to mean the bass clef.
There are two common clefs that use the C clef symbol: The alto clef, which assigns C to the middle line of the staff, and the tenor clef, which assigns C to the second line from the top of the staff.
The C clef on the bottom line means soprano clef which works for violin and the clarinet in A. The 1st line C clef used also to be commonly employed until about 100 years ago for the soprano voice when vocal polyphony was displayed with each voice on its own staff.
www.mp3.fm /Clef.htm   (1410 words)

 Clef Symbols
The clefs that are used most often are the treble clef and the bass clef.
A C clef symbol placed on the third line of the musical staff marks that line as middle C. C clef pointing to the third line of the musical staff is called an alto clef.
A C clef pointing to the fourth line of the musical staff marks that line as C. It is called a tenor clef.
www.treblis.com /Notation/Clefs.html   (472 words)

 Cultivate Interactive Issue 6: Evaluating Cross-Language Systems the CLEF Way
CLEF represents a continuation and expansion of an activity that first began in the United States within the TREC conference series and is now coordinated in Europe and conducted as an EU-US collaboration.
The main CLEF test collection is formed of sets of documents in different European languages but with common features (same genre and time period, comparable content); a single set of topics rendered in a number of languages; relevance judgments determining the set of relevant documents for each topic.
For CLEF 2001, 50 such topics were developed on the basis of the contents of the multilingual collection and topic sets were produced in all six document languages.
www.cultivate-int.org /issue6/clef   (2795 words)

 Clef   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A clef is a sign at the beginning of a stave which gives the starting point for finding the note pitch of notes on the stave.
The treble clef is an old-fashioned letter "G", and it curls round the second line of the stave, indicating that a note on this line has the note name "G".
The bass clef is an old-fashioned letter "F", and it has the two dots either side of the fourth line, indicating that a note on this line has the note name "F", the "F" below middle "C", in the centre of a man's singing voice.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/neil_hawes/theory08.htm   (348 words)

 Clef changing in Music
In contrast for the cello the tenor clef is only used for the upper reigser, when you go high in that instrument.
Bas clef for bass trombone, tenor clef for tenor trombone, and alto clef for alto trombone.
I have a tenor trombone concerto that is written entirely in tenor clef in all the movements of that concerto.
www.8notes.com /f/30_133178.asp   (1309 words)

 Clef   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A symbol placed at the beginning of the staff to denote which notes are indicated by the lines and spaces.
the treble, or G clef, indicated by a stylized G, and encompassing the tones of e
the movable, or C clef, indicated by a symbol which points to any of the five lines of the staff, indicating that that line is the pitch middle C or c
www.music.vt.edu /musicdictionary/textc/Clef.html   (95 words)

 Clef   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A bass clef symbol, on the other hand, tells you that the second line from the top is F. The notes are still arranged in ascending order, but they are all in different places than they were in treble clef.
Since many people are uncomfortable reading bass clef, someone writing music that is meant to sound in the region of the bass clef may decide to write it in the treble clef so that it is easy to read.
Draw a treble clef at the beginning of the first staff, a bass clef at the beginning of the second, and a C clef centered on the middle line at the beginning of the third.
cnx.org /content/m10941/latest   (711 words)

This exception indicates that the Clef tree is il-formed.
Some of the Clef classes are left over from an aborted effort to compile Modula III and C++.
Don't depend on any Clef classes, that not used for C or Fortran, to be correct.
www-ali.cs.umass.edu /Scale/javadoc/scale/clef/package-summary.html   (404 words)

 CLEF French Grammar Package
CLEF is a comprehensive French grammar revision package which was originally developed by language teachers in a consortium of Canadian universities.
CLEF is an oldie but goodie, well-known for its clever feedback routines that give the learner discrete advice on his/her mistakes - a rarity nowadays, as most CALL programs incorporate nothing more than slick presentations followed by a few point-and-click-let's-move-on-quick exercises.
CLEF covers a wide range of French grammar, from forms of the article to the use of the subjunctive.
www.camsoftpartners.co.uk /clef.htm   (431 words)

 La Clef -- A Manifesto
La Clef \ la klay \ is a ministry based in North America that uses the arts to minister to a French-speaking world that, at its core, has been alienated from the gospel of Christ for over 300 years.
La Clef began as an extension of the personal ministry of Greg Pitre Hardee, a classically trained musician and worship leader with French Acadian (otherwise known as "Cajun") roots from southwest Louisiana.
La Clef's artistic approach to ministry was very well-received by key leaders in the South of France and also has been viewed as an answer to prayer and the fulfillment of a vision.
www.laclef.org /manifesto.html   (1456 words)

 Lesson 24: Other Clefs
The treble clef is also called the G-clef, because it originated hundreds of years ago as a stylized letter 'G'.
The alto clef is used by violas in an orchestra.
With the neutral clef, no pitches are indicated, because this clef is used by instruments that produce no specific pitch: snare drum, bass drum, tom toms, etc. The staff also looks a little unusual: it is obviously a staff for two different percussion instruments, one with a high sound, the other with a low sound.
www.musictheory.halifax.ns.ca /24clefs.html   (543 words)

 Dolmetsch Online - Music Theory Online - Other Clefs
The soprano clef, setting middle C on the bottom line of the five line stave, and the mezzo-soprano clef, setting middle C on the second from the bottom line of the five line stave, were two other 'vocal' clefs.
The tenor clef is used to avoid excessive leger lines when notating very high passages for instruments that normally have their parts written in bass clef.
The tenor clef was employed for the tenor voice, although today it is more commonly found in music for the larger tenor and bass viols, some brass instruments (e.g.
www.dolmetsch.com /musictheory14.htm   (767 words)

 The Mavens' Word of the Day
A roman à clef is a novel (or, in more recent use, a fictional work of any sort, as a movie) that represents actual people and events under the guise of fiction--one that uses fictitious names for real people.
The term roman à clef, which is a borrowing from French, first appears in English in the 1890s, in a letter by Henry James.
It is pronounced "roh-mahn ah KLAY," and the plural romans à clef is pronounced "roh-mahn zah KLAY."
www.randomhouse.com /wotd/index.pperl?date=19971216   (192 words)

 CLEF Workshop
Attendance on the first day was strictly limited to participants in the CLEF 2001 campaign, whereas on the second day anyone interested in the activities of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum was welcome to attend.
University of Amsterdam at CLEF 2001: Christof Monz and Maarten de Rijke, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
CLEF veterans are not expected to attend this introductory session.
clef.isti.cnr.it /DELOS/CLEF/workshop01.html   (737 words)

 NWCForum - Transpose Bass -> treble clef???
For example, if the treble clef part is in G maj. The bass clef part will be in F Maj. An Fnat in the treble clef will correspond to a Eb in the bass clef.
Similarly if you have a sharp on a note that is not affected by the key signature in the in treble clef it will correspond to natural on a note that is flattened by the key signature in the bass clef.
For example, using the key of G again in the treble clef part, a C# in the treble clef part would correspond to a Bnat in the bass clef part.
www.noteworthysoftware.com /nwcforum/763.htm   (1908 words)

 Curbow Lutherie Education Fund (CLEF)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
To honor Greg's concern's, we are developing the Curbow Lutherie Education Fund (CLEF).
This non-profit organization's mission is to offer fund raising and support for public school music programs, scholarships for guitar building students and ongoing education and networking for established builders.
CLEF will support up and coming music and musicians in and from Georgia through promotion of Georgia music at “Georgia on the Groove” events (
www.clefund.org   (332 words)

 CLEF 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The third edition of Question Answering Track at CLEF 2005 culminated in the workshop in Vienna, from 21-23 September 2005.
Beside the presentation of the results of the exercise, a lively discussion took place during the breakout session, which resulted in the a number of issues to be furtherly discussed (for more details, see QA@CLEF 2005).
As usual, the registration can be made at the CLEF website.
clef-qa.itc.it /CLEF-2006.html   (109 words)

 Re: reading the alto clef
The Alto clef isn`t know as the viola clef over here (UK) its know as the Alto, for this simple reason that if ages and ages ago the Alto clef was used for singers for the singers that sang in the alto and contralto range.
The first clef I learned was alto (`cause my first instrument was viola, and it will always be my favorite) so it was a little difficult when I had to learn treble clef for various reasons (one being that composers like to throw treble in the middle of a alto piece).
alto clef is used for violas and alto trombones.
www.8notes.com /f/32_22807.asp?spage=2   (384 words)

 Clef change
On a staff, a clef defines the relationship between staff lines and note pitch.
In Harmony-Melody, a clef is always located at the beginning of a bar.
Generally, a clef change is applied to the current staff only.
www.myriad-online.com /resources/docs/harmony/english/clef.htm   (402 words)

Researchers of the Clinical e-Science Framework (CLEF) Project announced that a databank of 22,00 cancer cases will soon be ready for internal testing across the CLEF network for both data-mining and knowledge-building.
The databank is being equipped with sophisticated security systems, developed by CLEF, which will ensure secure and ethical access to the databank for the different types of users, which will initially include clinicians and academic researchers.
The CLEF software is generic and grid enabled and integrates with NCRI, EU and US data management standards.” said Professor Alan Rector, Professor of Medical Informatics at The University of Manchester and Co-Director of CLEF Services.
www.clef-user.com /page9.html   (655 words)

 Clef Club Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Clef Club's vision is to have the broad community embrace, and support JAZZ as a great American Art Form, understand its roots in the African American experience, and recognize JAZZ as central to our national cultural heritage, and worthy of public and Institutional support.
The mission of the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts, Inc. is to further the level of art and culture in the community.
Finally, The Clef Club will be a depository to collect and preserve the history of JAZZ music for further research and interpretation by scholars, educators, artists, and the general public.
www.clefclubofjazz.com /index.html   (560 words)

 Development Tools for Rich-Client .NET-based Internet Applications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
CLEF Software is pleased to announce commercial release of SteadyTier.NET 1.0.
CLEF Forum demo application implemented using SteadyTier.NET is hosted and now available online.
CLEF Software Inc. announces public availability of SteadyTier.NET 1.0 Beta, an advanced product to automate rich-client Internet application development based on Microsoft.NET platform.
www.clefsoft.net /company/news/index.shtml   (174 words)

 Treble clef and bass clef
Treble Clef and Bass Clef is a real computer game, with all the bells and whistles, that teaches children and adults musical notation.
Treble Clef and Bass Clef teach you how to read music notes one note at a time, at your own pace.
Treble Clef and Bass Clef can be incredibly easy or it can be very difficult: whether you're a child or an adult, a beginner or an experienced player, you can customize the game to fit your needs and skill level.
www.happynote.com /treble-clef-bass-clef.html   (396 words)

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