The Geocache is NOT at the posted coordinates!!
Welcome to the “Bass Clef” geo art. Yes the geoart in the shape of a Bass Clef.
The bass clef is also called an F clef because it wraps around the highest F note (F3–the F below middle C) on the bass staff. It’s usually the second clef that musicians learn after treble, as it is placed on the bottom staff in the grand staff for piano.
Among the instruments that use the bass clef are the cello, euphonium, double bass, bass guitar, bassoon, contrabassoon, trombone, baritone horn, tuba, and timpani. It is also used for the lowest notes of the horn, and as the bottom staff in the grand staff for harp and keyboard instruments.
Both bass and baritone voice parts are notated on the bass clef, though the tenor voice can be notated on the bass clef when bass and tenor are notated on the same staff. When the bass clef is indicated, the lines and spaces represent the following notes:
There are many symbols in music to indicate different things, such as the Bass Clef. All of these symbols have names. Test your musical knowledge and identify the symbol pictured below. Type in the correct name of the music symbol, to get the coordinates where the cache is hidden. Four choices are listed. One of them is the right one.
Hint, copy and paste works great.
Inside each of these geocaches there is a code. Find all 14 codes to get the coordinates for the final.
N AB CD.EFG
W TU VW.XYZ
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