The note on a trumpet

The notes on a trumpet are A,B,C,D,E,F,G that is seven notes using three valves but then you have the sharps and flats. now i guess you are wondering is it the same for all instruments? Yes it is all these notes are used in all instruments, The positioning of the fingers may be different but they are still the same. But the way we read notes as a trumpet player is different for some instruments, imagine a c on the stave on a tuba the c would be in a different place, because there are two different clefs one is called the treble clef and the other is called the bass clef. i hope you have learned some thing from this

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