Music Theory Worksheet on Treble Clef Note Spelling
Need a quick review on the treble clef line and space notes? If so then use this free download music theory worksheet on treble clef note spelling. Spell a word using these treble and bass clef line and space notes. You can also review your music note values and practice counting music while you are doing the worksheet. Music theory worksheet answers are at the bottom of each page.
Treble Clef Notes
Use the treble clef notes diagram below to review your treble clef line and space notes and complete this music theory worksheet. Remember that a quick way to recall you treble clef line notes is to memorize the short sentence of Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge.
The first letter of each word belongs to the treble clef space notes starting from the bottom line of the treble clef and working your way up to the top line. Therefore the bottom line of the treble clef is E, the next line moving upward is G, the 3rd line is B, the 4th line is D and the top line of the treble clef is F.
Additionally, the treble clef space notes (see below) are even easier to remember because they spell the word FACE. Space 1 (also the bottom space of the treble clef) is F, space 2 is A, space 3 is C and space 4 is E.
Treble Clef Space Notes
Treble Clef Line Notes
For more information on a complete video tutorial on the piano key note names on the keyboard follow the link in this sentence. Here you will find a piano video tutorial demonstrating in great detail the location of all treble clef line and space notes using a full 88 key piano keyboard.