If you are a total beginner to music theory, you may want to figure out the underlying dynamics and the apparent mystery of blank sheet music.


So first things first: the five lines and the four spaces contained within the five lines in a blank sheet music are known as a staff or a stave. Once you place either a treble clef or a bass clef sign on the staff, you specify which notes will be written on the staff of the blank sheet music.


So let’s start with the scenario of a treble cleft. If the sign present can be identified as the treble clef, the notations (from bottom to top) lying on the lines can be read out as E-G-B-D-F and similarly (from bottom to top order) the four spaces contained within the lines should be read as F-A-C-E where each line and space dedicatedly corresponds to a single notation.


On a blank sheet music if you can identify the bass clef on any given staff, the notes should be read out differently than on the treble clef. In here, the lines (again from bottom to top) will correspond to G-B-D-F-A notations while the spaces will correspond to A-C-E-G notations respectively.


The above is the great mystery of blank sheet music. Once you know how to read the notations, the mystery disappears and things written on sheet music become familiar and would make sense.


The most important thing for you to remember when you enter in to the realm of learning music is to know that understanding how to write on blank sheet music and understanding how to read and interpret music notations is at the core of priority.


So if you are thinking of pursuing music lessons for either piano, organ, guitar or any other instrument, it is best to equip yourself with a bundle of blank sheet music. You could also purchase bound books of blank sheet music known as manuscripts from bookstores. If not, you could simply browse the internet for downloadable blank sheet music that is free of charge.


If you manage to find free and downloadable blank sheet music, make sure that you check for the color of your print. Generally the lines within a staff should appear black or dark grey. It is the general practice not to use blank sheet music of any other particular color because the main focus should be on the notations contained in them, while you read and play music.