The treble clef is pretty much always the first clef that people learn. A clef represents a set of note pitches from a particular octave. The treble clef represents the notes above middle C on a keyboard, as seen below:
One thing you should notice about the picture above is that the middle C is on a ledger line and represented twice, this is to show its position on both the treble clef and the bass clef (The note above the middle C is a D and below is a B).
Here is a useful way to remember where all the notes go:
- The word FACE makes up all of the spaces on a treble clef
- and Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, make up all of the lines