Grand Staff is not a 'set of lines, spaces and clefs'. It is the whole system.
Grand Staff is not complete system without piano keys.
We don’t teach half of the Alphabet or half of the Globe. However the keys and notes are presented in a torn form.
The Grand Staff is represented as a "set" of Treble and Bass clefs by the most schools globally:
Basic information about the Grand Staff in all music theory books is incorrect. This causes damages to every music/piano student.
World musicology does not even mention the fact that the Grand Staff is a system - not just a set!
Here is the more accurate definition of the Grand Staff:
THE GRAND STAFF IN FACT IS:
1. Not a set, but an integral system for recording and reproducing musical sounds.
2. The Grand Staff system consists of two interrelated components: symbols (notes) and sounds (keys)
3. Notes and keys hook together through lines and spaces more obviously than by the note’s name on a scale and keys
We refuted the very foundation of the music theory, according to which the Grand Staff is just a set of lines and spaces and combination of Treble and Bass Clefs.
Because of this, the entire structure of music education had been rebuilt. This is exactly why vocational training of every professional is now essential to avoid any misleading and malpractice.
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