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Here is another familiar note with a different look! The note is D. This D would often times be played by the right hand, but instead it is to be played by the left hand. Here's the reason. If a Leger Line note, in the area around Middle C, has a stem pointing upward, it is to be played with the right hand. If a leger line note, around the area of Middle C, has a stem pointing downward, it is to be played with the left hand.
The D sits on top of the first Bass Clef Leger Line. Again, a Leger Line is a short line written above or below the staff, this is done for notes beyond the range of the staff.
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