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Written music is communicated from one musician to another on sheet music. The staff (plural is staves) is a group of five parallel lines that run horizontally across pages of sheet music. Staves provide us with a framework on which we can write pitches, rhythms, and other symbols to represent music.

Blank Sheet Music

The Free Staff Paper page has PDFs with several different staff sizes and different numbers of staves per page. Feel free to print as many copies of the pages as you like. You can use the blank sheet music paper to compose your own music, make a journal of your musical ideas, write out scales or technical exercises, work on music theory homework, or anything else you can imagine. The page also includes other styles of staff paper, including percussion staves and pages with margins at the top for written text and titles.

Blank Staff Paper with Evenly Spaced Staves
Free Blank Sheet Music
Blank Staff Paper with Title Margins
Free Music Staff Paper
Grand Staff Paper
Free Grand Staff Paper
Landscape Orientation
Blank Sheet MusicLandscape orientation blank staff paper
Landscape Orientation Grand Staff Sheet MusicLandscape orientation grand staff blank sheet music Percussion Staves
Free One Line Percussion Staff Paper

Piano Staves with Solo Staff

Piano staves with a staff for soloist

Blank Staves for Trio Music

Blank trio staves

Blank Staves for Quartet MusicBlank staff paper for quartet

 

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How to Write Music

Besides blank staff paper, this site includes instructions on how to draw music notes and symbols. You can learn how to draw notes, ledger lines, clefs, rests, note values, accidentals, time signatures, and other musical symbols.

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