The left key is one of the cornerstones of music education. The left key, which many of us come across in our education life, is the most well-known of the music keys. The left key, which is very difficult to draw especially in secondary school education, is also a symbol used to introduce the composer Buhurizade Mustafa Itri, who is behind 100 TL.
To understand exactly what the left key does, there is some information we need to know first. In order to understand the importance of the key in music, we need to learn the terms of note and stave.
Notation is a term that expresses music in written form, differentiates according to the loudness and frequency of the sound, and forms the basis of music. Porte, on the other hand, is a shape on which notes are written, with 5 lines parallel to each other, making it easier to read the notes. In music, the key is a symbol on the left side of the stave, used to name notes. If there is no key on a stave, the notes on it don’t matter.
WHAT DOES THE LEFT KEY DO?
The left key was only in the form of a letter when it first appeared, although it is not known who found the key, which is estimated to have emerged in the middle of the 10th century.
Today, the key, which has become a symbol, is the most well-known basic symbol in music. The key that begins to be drawn from the second-bottom line of the stave is a sign that the notes will be at left height.