Authors: Andrei Lucian Dragoi
This paper proposes multiple G-clef instruments (GCIs) (based on all types of G-clefs) like GC-piano (GCP), GC-harp (GCH), GC-viola (GCV), GC-cello (GCC) and GC-double bass (GCDB), all based on a simple G-clef grand staff (GCGS) with two main subtypes (GCGS1 and GCGS2: GCGS significantly simplifies the standard grand staff and creates a unitary clef-"language" for all orchestral instruments, thus for the whole Western full-size orchestra (aka symphony orchestra or philharmonic orchestra). We have also dedicated an online database containing links to all scores transcribed by the author for various GCIs until present: www.gci.dragoii.com This paper is also available on ResearchGate and Academia.edu platforms at URLs: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335025363 https://www.academia.edu/40031254 The latest version of this paper is periodically uploaded on dragoii.com domain and available at this URL: http://dragoii.com/ALDragoi_GCI_GCGS_latest.pdf
Comments: 4 Pages. The latest version of this paper is periodically uploaded on dragoii.com domain and available at this URL: http://dragoii.com/ALDragoi_GCI_GCGS_latest.pdf
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