Primarily (besides the bass clef), in Italy and Germany, only the tenor clef was used, and the alto clef in France.
In the lower the notes are arranged according to the bass clef.
Between C in the bass clef and G above the treble will represent its serviceable notes.
Its best tones are from the lower A of the bass clef to the lower F in the treble.
Others he has observed speaking effectively from B to F (bass clef), with F as the top tone.
Her glorious voice extends from D on the third line of the bass clef to C on the second leger line above the treble clef.
Hence care must be taken to write the treble clef on the second, and the bass clef on the fourth line of its stave.
He has heard preachers ascend to top tenor G and A, descending to C (above the bass clef), improbable though it sounds.
Beginning with G in the bass clef, she runs up the scale to E in the treble clef, and gives each note its full power and tone.
Notes written in the bass clef are generally, for some unexplained reason, placed an octave lower than the real sounds.