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I don't love having to constantly explain what a viola is , but I figure with each person I take the time to tell, that's one more potential viola fan, so it's worth the effort. One of the things that makes playing viola somewhat special is that we use an unusual clef. Violists use alto clef. Well, let's start by just explaining what clefs in general are:. Most people are familiar with a "treble" or "G" clef. It gets used often as a symbol for all music, even though it only applies to music in the upper register. A good many people also recognize the "bass" or "F" clef, which applies to music in the lower register. (Pianists use both of these at once, with the right hand usually playing in treble clef, and the left usually in bass. The job of a clef is to tell you what the lines and spaces on the staff mean. (The staff is that set of five lines and four spaces that the notes are arranged on. ) Now, clefs are technically moveable, which is why they have more than one name. A "treble clef" is really only called that when it is set on the staff in the position where we are most accustomed to seeing it. The important part of that symbol is the tail bit on the inside of the spiral, because it overlaps the second line up... If you moved that symbol higher or lower on the staff you'd be shifting the designated location of that G, and therefore all of the other notes as well. (The "bass" or "F" clef shows you where the note F below middle C is--it's the line between the two dots. An "alto" or "C" clef shows you where middle C is. It's the line right in the center of the staff getting pointed to by that "arrow" in the middle of the clef. Unlike the G and F clefs, C clefs do commonly move. Violists use it in that center position and call it an alto clef. Some musicians who usually play in bass clef but need to shift higher once in a while move the C clef up one more line and call it "tenor clef. " (When violists need to shift higher the music is usually transposed into treble clef. English horn, trombone, and bassoon players may all be expected at odd times to play in alto clef, but it's home base for violists. Most of the time other musicians see our music and groan, and are happy to have nothing to do with that clef. I remember when we did sight singing in college if there was an occasional piece in alto clef people used to look accusingly at me as if it were my fault. In any case, viola players take a certain amount of pride in playing in an unusual clef. We like our weird alto clef, even if the average person thinks it looks like a "13" or a stylized letter "K. " (I chose the font on our official "Korinthian Violins" store logo because the K at the beginning was a bit reminiscent of an alto clef. Okay, so now that the lesson is over, here are a couple of clef related things that I've been dealing with lately:. The first has to do with a cello bow I returned. I carry bows for violin, viola, and cello in a variety of price ranges, and there is a newer bow at the inexpensive end called a "Spark" that I like. It's a good bow for the price, made of carbon fiber (which is more durable than wood so good for young players), and it's kind of cute because there are metallic threads woven into the stick that sparkle a little. On the violin bows instead of the frog being plain (the frog is the piece attached to the stick where your hand holds onto the bow) or having a simple eye (dot) inlay, it has a treble clef. It looks different, and it's pretty, and most players are charmed by it. I was a little sad when I first ordered the same brand of bow for cello and viola that they didn't have their own clefs on the frog--just a simple eye. I know violists who don't even need an extra bow in that price range who would probably buy one if it had an alto clef inlay on the frog. (Apparently bow manufacturers don't realize that alto clef pride runs deep. The important part is that the bow works well for someone, not what it looks like. But imagine my horror when I reordered a Spark cello bow, and it arrived looking like this:. A treble clef on a cello bow is a problem. That's not even a clef.
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