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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of clefs

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of clefs:
/klɛfs/

Derived Form of clefs

noun
root word: clef
plural: clefs
verb
root word: clef
Noun: clef
1
a musical notation written on a staff indicating the pitch of the notes following it
Type ofmusical notation*,
Typesalto clef*, bass clef*, C clef*, F clef*, G clef*, soprano clef*, tenor clef*, treble clef*, viola clef*,

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  1. The Treble Clefs. It's Trouble Clefs. (Bad Tuning)
  2. and we came to the conclusion to work with clefs, with instruments
  3. so if you're doing both clefs,
  4. Changing clefs.
  5. So we have these two things, or two clefs, right?
  6. and how to draw the different clefs.
  7. Let's not waste anyone's time here, because the Trouble Clefs are gonna take home the gold tonight!
  8. We have actually two clefs, you know,
  9. the lines and spaces for both clefs.
  10. reading notes on the different clefs,
  11. Nice! Now I will erase with my finger those ugly poking lines behind the treble clefs on this page... And the 2nd page before I forget!
  12. of spider webs coming in and the treble clefs and of course the phallus
  13. There are two main clefs: the low one and the high one.
  14. There are also some more obscure clefs that you'll never be told about.
  15. The two main clefs, treble and bass, are connected by a middle note we call C.
  16. - So, it's gonna be interesting. - They actually use multiple clefs.
  17. and even the G Clef that depend on, there are other Clefs,
  18. link to another document, which turns out to be Doctor Clefs last note. In this document,
  19. Fernando Sor rewrote this work in two staves, using three different clefs.