If you can't read traditional music score today's entry is a great place to start. In fact, we don't really need to do much more than say, "learn the notes!"
Actually, there's a little more to it than that. That symbol at the start of the score is called a treble clef. It indicates which register to play the notes in. There is also a bass clef. Obviously, the bass clef is specifically for lower pitched instruments such as bass guitar, cello or the low notes on a piano. The treble clef here shows the notes for the middle to upper notes of an instrument and is the most common clef. If you don't know how to read any notes on a traditional music score it's no hassle to learn these five notes. Each one is represented on a line of the score.
Sure, the spaces between the lines also represent notes. Think you can work them out? Give it a try. It'll be easy enough to check your answers by doing a little research, but the five notes shown here are an easy place to start.
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