A.10 Clef styles

The following table shows all the different clef styles possible (including where middle C sits relative to the clef).

ExampleOutputExampleOutput
\clef G

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\clef "G2"

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\clef treble

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\clef violin

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\clef french

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\clef GG

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\clef tenorG

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\clef soprano

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\clef mezzosoprano

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\clef C

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\clef alto

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\clef tenor

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\clef baritone

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\clef varC

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\clef altovarC

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\clef tenorvarC

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\clef baritonevarC

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\clef varbaritone

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\clef baritonevarF

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\clef F

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\clef bass

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\clef subbass

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\clef percussion

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\new TabStaff {
  \clef tab
}

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\new TabStaff {
  \clef moderntab
}

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