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  1. These large-staved staff paper pdfs make it easy for young students to practice their staff notation writing, using large note-heads. Drawing sharps and flats and natural signs are easier, too. Here are smaller staffs, to which your music students will quickly graduate! Please scroll down the page for the download links.

  2. One thing we didn’t discuss yet is the size of the staff, and that’s because it can vary depending on the music. Staff size is usually measured in millimeters, specifically the distance between two adjacent lines on the staff (or one stave space). Size can vary from about 3.5mm to 9 mm. A good standard staff size is from around 6 mm to 7.5 mm.

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  4. Staff Paper with 8 Staves. I’ve posted some staff paper for my younger students that is big enough for their small hands but not too big for a grand staff. I left a little extra room at the top for a title. It’s free for a limited time!

  5. 6+ Printable Staff Papers. Staff Papers are available as printable papers to be downloaded and printed on any desired kind of paper. Paper Templates provide the best way to get staff papers quickly and that too free of cost. You can use these for practicing writing clefs and notes or for writing your music. Listed below are the broad categories ...

  6. Staff Paper PDF Files. These files are PDFs (Adobe Acrobat) that you can use to print staff paper. 10-line with a place for your name, 2 pages worth. 10-line with treble and bass clef, room for harmonic analysis below. 12-line with musicsheaf.com logo on the bottom. These are specially-formatted manuscript papers for use with Schenkerian analysis:

  7. 7/12/2016 11:43:57 PM. Perfect size. A perfect sized manuscript paper for everyday use. Large enough staves so you dont have to try and squeeze tiny notes onto a page making everything you easy to read and perfect for scanning and importing your work into programs such as Sibelius.

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