How to Draw your Notes in the Treble Clef

Drawing and understanding your musical notes is very important for beginner musicians, and let’s face it, all musicians! In the sheets below we practice how to draw your notes in the treble clef! Not being able to draw your notes can be a problem. Often, I find that students note reading is not as confident as it could be! Being able to draw your notes will also open up a world opportunity! Including being able to compose your own music!

Below you will find a list of music theory worksheets designed to teach you how to draw your notes in the treble clef. You can also practise recognising notes in crotchet, minim and semibreve forms. Let us know how you find the work sheets!

If you would like to practice more and improve your understanding of note reading, then you can find more worksheets here!

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Middle C

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High D
High F
High C
High E
High G

I hope these sheets have improved your understanding of the treble clef notes. What would you like to see more of?

Remember: the American terminology is slightly different to the English terminology.

Below you will find a few difference that it is important to take note of!

Semibreve = Whole Note

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Semibreve = Whole Note

Minim = Half Note

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Minim = Half Note

Crotchet = Quarter Note

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Crotchet – Quarter Note

If you feel that this is slightly confusing then be sure to check out our YouTube channel to ensure that you have a solid understanding of these note lengths.

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