How do i convert treble cleft to bass cleft?

Please help! Im trying to convert the violin part of river flows in you to bass cleft for my cello.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    learn to read bass clef, its easy.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Ok, Bass clef notes are two spaces below treble. Seeing that you play cello, i'll presume that you read bass clef. C on bass clef is in the space below the middle line. That is an A in treble. Basically, you bring the notes up two if your going from bass to treble, or, Down two spaces from treble to bass. Sorry that i wrote that in a way that's hard to understand.... Look in my source for a picture link, that should help.

    Oh, and great choice for a song

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  • 4 years ago

    it relatively is through fact the clefts connect at middle c. If the two clefts began on the comparable observe, there could be an impractically large approximately of area between them or they had be to close and canopy too most of the comparable notes. the way clefts are enable them to conceal the main functional quantity of territory with minimum ledger traces.

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  • 1 decade ago

    you dont really "convert things from bass clef, but i'm pretty sure there are online programs to do it for you, try a search on one of those.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You play the cello and YOU CAN'T READ MUSIC WELL ENOUGH TO MAKE THAT TRANLATION? FIRST of all LEARN HOW TO READ MUSIC... once you can READ MUSIC then you will KNOW how to TRANSPOSE it.

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