Reading high upper treble staff ledger notes


I am trying to locate the name of piano notes that are written with three to five lines above the treble staff. A chart would be helpful. I would appreciate your assistance. For example, what are the ledger line notes in the song "Right Round" by Fio Rida?



Hi, Ronnie--

I don't have the sheet music for that particular song. The best way to learn the notes is to remember that 2 lines above the staff is "C". Then it is easy to "count up" to find what the other notes are. Just skip a letter for the space between the lines.

For example, 3 lines above is "E". 4 above is "G" and 5 above is "B".

Soon you will recognize them with no problem.


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