The tenor clef, or the C clef as it is also known, is used by the bassoon, cello, double bass, trombone and euphonium. The tenor clef has to be read differently from the alto, treble and bass clef. It has two curved lines above and below the fourth line. Use this quiz to practise reading notes in the tenor clef.
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