Reading Guide Notes on the Grand Staff
All Cows Eat Grass
Good Boys Do Fine Always
Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge
F A C E
If you’re new to reading music, your teacher may have used these devices to show you the names of the notes as they lie on the staff. As musicians and teachers, we’ve all heard these mnemonic devices when it comes to reading on the staff. We may have even repeated them ourselves. They have been a device in elementary music lessons for so long that they often lose meaning to the student and to the teacher.
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