Five lines on which musical notation is written.
(The higher the note-sign on the staff the higher its pitch)
Vertical line (s) drawn across a staff
to mark off measures of a particular length.
(Containing a number of notes and/or rests
whose total time value is given by the time signature.)
Symbol placed on the left of the stave which
establishes the relationship between particular note names.
and their position on the staff lines and spaces
(i.e. tells us which pitch “class” that stave belongs to).
C-clef marks middle C
F-clef marks F below middle C