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Tattoo of Treble clef

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by GiErre »
2008, Aug 6th
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DESCRIPTION AND MEANING:

The G key is a conventional mark which fixes the position of the G note on the second row of the staff. It´s a stylized G and it´s also called treble clef or violin key, as violins are often tuned on it.

This Maori styled treble clef has been requested by Maria.

We used symbols of rebirth (korus) and union because music brings life and joins all the peoples together.

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