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 Numbers on Charts
Author: joehillomni 
Date:   2009-10-22 00:12

Old guys ask dumb questions..so what do the numbers in the note name charts mean? Use with G5 or B4.

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 Re: Numbers on Charts
Author: Mark Charette 
Date:   2009-10-22 00:36

C4 in one note notation system (the one we use for the charts) annotates middle C - the C one line below the treble clef, the 4th C on a piano keyboard. All the notes above that until you get to the 5th C on the keyboard are annotated the same way D4, E4, etc., all the way up to B4. The next note would be the 5th C on the piano, so we label it C5, and it'd be the 3rd space C on the treble clef.

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