I know this seems like a really stupid question, but when Kevin and I were working on the first Printable Music Theory Book, we had this debate!
We never realized that everyone had a slightly different opinion. Kevin and I had been working in the same schools and using the same system of music teaching, yet we were amazed to find out that we had been teaching how to draw a treble clef differently all these years until we looked at writing the book.
I had always thought that because it was also called a G-Clef it needed to start on the G Line , but when we checked out Wilkopedia, I was amazed to find that I had been wrong all these years and it didn’t exactly start in the G line
Of course we checked out Wilkopedia, but even that didn’t clear things up totally for us.
So tell me what you think. Just how do you draw a treble clef?