Music Design Wall Art (52cm)
For music enthusiasts, the wall displays the Treble Clef, Quaver & Beam notes.
Meanings for each note:
The treble clef is also called the “G clef” because the symbol at the beginning of the staff (a stylized letter “G”) encircles the second line of the staff, indicating that line to be G4 (or G above middle C). It is the most commonly used clef today and is usually the first clef that musicians learn on their music theory journey.
quaver - a musical note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note. eighth note. a musical note, note, tone - a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound; "the singer held the note too long".
In musical notation, a beam is a horizontal or diagonal line used to connect multiple consecutive notes (and occasionally rests) to indicate rhythmic grouping. Only eighth notes (quavers) or shorter can be beamed. The number of beams is equal to the number of flags that would be present on an unbeamed note.