- G above middle C
- Middle C
- F below middle C
The middle line of the “Grand staff of eleven lines” is a C note – C4. This is called the middle C for its being the middle line of this staff. The “Grand Staff” incorporates middle C as a note on the line just below the lowest printed line of the upper G-clef staff, and as a note on the line just above the highest printed line of the lower F-clef staff. Thus middle C is incorporated in between the two sets of staff lines.
The F note in the lower staff, on which the F-clef sits is thus the “F below middle C” and the G of the upper staff on which the G-clef sits is thus the “G above middle C.”
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