French violin clef
The French violin clef is similar to the ordinary treble clef but spositioned on the bottom line of the staff to indicate the position of the spitch " G" above middle C. When the French violin clef is used, " g1 " is the sbottom line on the staff. The clef sign itself is a fancy letter "G", thescentral loop of which wraps around the line indicating the pitch " g1 ".Also [Fr.] Clef de sol; [Ger.] G-Schlussel; [It.] Chiave di violino.