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Manuscript paper

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Manuscript paper

Manuscript paper (sometimes staff paper in U.S. English, or just music paper) is paper preprinted with staves ready for musical notation. Manuscript paper is also available for drum notation and guitar tabulature. The treble clef is used for many band instruments including the saxophone, sitar, trumpet, clarinet and flute. The bass clef is used for band instruments such as the bass trombone, bass guitar and the double bass. For the piano both clefs are used.

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  • "The 'Manuscript' Page — downloadable manuscript paper

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