Learn to Read Music Notes in Treble Clef and Bass Clef at Your Own Pace : it’s Free

From this page, everybody can learn to read music notes in Treble Clef and Bass Clef EASILY and QUICKLY, for FREE.

From 2 to 17 notes, you will be able to choose your favorite way to learn to read music in a progressive way :

  • Online Game
  • Videos 4K
  • Video Games

Music Note? Staff? Clef?

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Confused about music notes? You don’t know what is a staff or a music clef? Try our two minutes fun interactive mini tutorial, Staff and Treble Clef (it opens in a new tab):

A mini online interactive tutorial to understand the G (Treble) Clef and the staff (or stave)
Fun and interactive, a mini tutorial to understand the music notes, the staff (or stave) and the G (Treble) Clef

Or just keep reading this page and check the two annotated images about G and F clef below.

What Clef do You Need to Learn to Read the Sheet Music of Your Instrument?

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The G  clef, called treble clef, is used on sheet music for piano (right hand), guitar, violin, flute, oboe, clarinets, saxophones, horn, trumpet… For the singers, the Treble clef is used with the following voices: tenor, contralto, alto, mezzo-soprano, soprano.

The treble clef (G clef) is placed on the second line of the staff. So, the music note on the second line is a G.
The G (Treble) clef is drawn from the second line of the music staff. So, the music note on the second line is a G.

The F clef, called Bass clef, is used on sheet music for piano (left hand), cello, double bass, bass guitar, bassoon, trombone, tuba, timpani… Baritone and bass voice use the Bass clef too.

The bass clef (F clef) is placed on the fourth line of the staff. So, the music note on the fourth line is a F.
The F (Bass) clef is drawn from the fourth line of the staff. So, the music note on the fourth line is a F.

How do You Want to Name the Music Notes: A B C D E F G or DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI?

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Mainly used in Anglo Saxon countries (and so in jazz), the alphabetical musical notation uses the letters of the alphabet: A B C D E F G.

The Syllabic musical notation – DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI – is used by Italian, Portuguese, Greek, French, Russian, Flemish, Romanian, Spanish, Hebrew and Turkish people.

A = LA
B = SI
C = DO
D = RE,
E = MI
F = FA
G = SOL

If you want to learn more (you don’t need it to learn to read music notes), follow name of music notes.

Learn to Read Music Notes with 4K Videos

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Right now, we are going to name the notes both C and do – A(la), B(si), C(do), D(re), E(mi), F(fa), G(sol) – and use the treble clef. But at the end of this page, you’ll find links to choose between A B C and DO RE MI for both Treble Clef and Bass Clef.

Your first video to learn to read your first music notes : G and C

Just play and watch a video to learn to read your two first music notes in alphabetic notation (G and C)…

 

…or in syllabic notation (SOL and DO)

 

Each video has always an a and b musical reading :

  • with the musical reading a, the new music note – here the C / DO is in color to help you to recognize it :
2 LINES - Sheet Music 2a in Treble Clef with C G notes, C is in color
Musical reading 2a : C and G
  • with the musical reading b, the same new music note – so, here, always the C / DO – is displayed normally in black and you must read it and recognize it without the help of color :
2 LINES - Sheet Music 2b in Treble Clef with C G notes, C is in black
Musical reading 2b : always C and but no more color

When you can read easily the 2 music notes in the musical reading 2b (meaning, without the help of color) it’s time to read a new music note !

3 Music Notes!

Launch the video below to play the musical reading 3a and 3b and learn to read the E (alphabetic notation)…

 

… or the MI (syllabic notation)

 

When you can read three music notes, it’s time to add a new one !

4 Music Notes!

 

 

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Or if you don’t like to learn with videos, read below.

Choose your Favorite Way to Learn to Read Music Notes

– I just want to keep learning this way

Choose your clef and notation below. Or you can use the menu Music Reading.

Treble (G) Clef

Treble Clef: Alphabetical notation A B C D E F G (16 videos)

Treble Clef: Syllabic notation Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si (16 videos)

Bass (F) Clef

Bass Clef: Alphabetical notation A B C D E F G (audio only, videos coming soon)

Bass Clef: Syllabic notation Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si (audio only, videos coming soon)

– I want a free application for my smartphone or my tablet

Try Read Music Notes HN. You can play online or download the Android version on Google Play. And there are direct links to the music readings, from “2a” to “17b”.

Learn to read in G (treble) and F (bass) clef with or without the help of color
Learn to read in G (treble) and F (bass) clef with or without the help of color

– I want something with more fun, and choose with one click the notes to learn

Sure! Try our video game Sheet Music Treble Clef and Bass Clef HN with tons of options!

A true video game to learn to read music notes the fun way! Treble Clef and Bass Clef, Do Re Mi and A, B, C, tons of options.
With Sheet Music Treble Clef and Bass Clef HN you can choose the music notes you want to learn or improve. A true video game with Lives, Hi-Score, Beginner and Expert Mode, Dynamite Stick (optional), etc.

– I want more choice for the speed of each music reading

You find the readings too slow or too fast?  Have a look at Read Music Notes Sing’n Learn HN. The program offers a choice of 5 different speeds: Largo, Adagio, Andante, Moderato, Allegro.

Read Music Notes Sing'n Learn use color music notes for an easy progressive learning
Read Music Notes Sing’n Learn offers a choice of five different speeds.

More Games to Learn Music the Fun Way

Music Notes in Space HN

Learn note values (whole note, half note, quarter note…) the fun way with Music Notes In Space HN.

Notes value (whole note, half note, quarter note…) the fun way with Music Notes In Space

Play It By Ear HN

Say good bye to boring old musical dictation and music lessons: ear training has just become fun with Play It By Ear HN !

Practice ear training the fun way with music notes in treble clef and bass clef

Tetris Music Notes HN

Tetris Music Notes HN is  free Tetris like game using the height music notes learnt with the free online music readings “2a” to “8b” in G clef (A B C and Do Re Mi).

Learn to read treble clef the fun way with Tetris Music Notes HN. A B C... and DO RE MI... music notation, 3 speeds, Hi-Score... and more.

Music Notes Cracker HN

Music Note Cracker HN teaches you how to recognize different types of rests and the music notes to which they correspond.

A breakout game to learn the music rests (half rest, quarter rest...) the fun way. When the ball hit a music rest, a music note of equivalent duration (half note, quarter note) comes out.