Learn Treble Clef Line and Space Notes on the Music Staff in 3 Easy Steps

The most important thing you need to do as a beginner music student is to learn treble clef line and space notes on the music staff in 3 easy steps.

Learn Treble Clef Line and Space Notes

Notice the music graphic below. The treble clef symbol indicates that this is the music staff with the notes mostly from the middle of the piano keyboard and above.  As you move to the right on your keyboard you move upward on the music staff.

The treble clef line notes on the music staff are E, G, B, D, F.  It is easy to remember the order of these notes.  Always move from the bottom line to the top line.  Then start by memorizing the sentence:  Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge.
Learn Treble Clef Line and Space Notes on the Music Staff in 3 Easy Steps

You can creatively make up your own sentence to learn treble clef line and space notes.

Simply memorize E, G, B, D and F.  The traditional Every Good Boy Does Fine works just fine.

Treble Clef Space Notes on the Music Staff

The treble clef space notes on the music staff are much easier to remember. That is imply because they spell the word FACE.   The graphic above shows that each letter F, A, C and E are all located INBETWEEN the lines.  That is why that are referred to as space notes.

Take the time to write down both the treble line notes and the treble space notes.  Drawing them on the staff as in the graphic above will prove to very worthwhile for you and reinforce these facts in your memory.

The next step is to go to the download link in the next paragraph and print out a copy of the free music theory worksheet I have created for you to reinforce the treble clef line and space notes injection into your permanent memory.

Download Music Theory Worksheet Free

I have created a music theory worksheet using note spelling of the treble clef line and space notes to form words.  Please download music theory worksheet free of the 3 easy steps to learning the Treble Clef Line and Space Notes in Music in 3 easy steps.

1.  Memorize the line and space notes as detailed in the above 2 paragraphs.

2.  Create a word in each measure by filling in the correct note name.

3.  Check your answers with the answer key given at the top of the music theory worksheet underneath the title.

Learn to Play Piano Links

Music Note Value Table

Music Note Names on Piano Keyboard

Jan Durrant

Jan Durrant is a Piano teacher and music publisher with a Master's Degree in Music Education. Her goal is teaching beginner piano students around the world to learn how to read music, play piano, piano finger exercises and simplified sheet music of their favorite titles.

Comments are closed.

Recent Posts

How to Play C Major Scale Piano Right Hand

How to play C Major Scale Piano right hand is great for beginner piano students. How to Play C Major…

2 months ago

Color Coding Your Piano Practice

Color coding your piano practice is a tremendous tool!  You might have a little more fun practicing and enjoy the…

6 years ago

Not Wanting to Practice Piano

Not Wanting to Practice Piano Not wanting to practice piano? Here are 3 Hot Tips to revitalize this largest practice…

6 years ago

Mozart Sonata in C Major for Piano

Mozart Sonata in C Major for Piano Mozart Sonata in C Major for Piano was described by Mozart himself as…

7 years ago

Twelve Days of Christmas Easy Piano Sheet Music

The Twelve Days of Christmas is an English carol which describes the gifts given on each of the twelve days.

7 years ago

Relaxing Piano Music to Ease Stress

Relaxing piano music.to ease stress really works.  Research studies prove this fact over and over again. Music has been proven…

7 years ago