Which version supports Tenor Clef?

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Which version supports Tenor Clef?

Post by DaveR » Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:08 am

I got my feet wet comping a 4-part hymn in First. Really needs to be notated for men's chorus, though. Which version supports notating in Tenor Clef? Or does First support it, and I just can't find it? Or, because I first notated in mixed voices, does it not allow me to change the upper clef to tenor clef?


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Re: Which version supports Tenor Clef?

Post by MikeLyons » Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:48 am

If you notate tenor voices in tenor clef, you are likely to get some funny looks from your singers!

Men's voices are more usually notated in an 8ve down treble clef (a treble clef with a little 8 below) or in bass clef. Sib first does NOT support this clef.
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