Little known factoid:
Fernando Sor published the first edition of his second fantasy (starts in C minor, later variations in C Major, recorded once by Bream I think) in GRAND STAFF - but the second edition was in G clef and he appears not to have ever tried it again.
Unmarketable, we may presume. I attach the file in PDF with a rough English translation of the preface in French where Sor grouses about G clef not accurately representing the music.
With regard to Brian's comment about reading the Bach cello suites in order to learn to read the F clef - well, yes, and you will need to learn to read C clef too, not a bad thing, but I didn't get much of anywhere with the cello suites myself until I got a seven string guitar with an extra bass string, because there are lots of low C's and D's that don't sound so great transposed up an octave.
Inevitably there will be various comments about my use of grand staff, to be expected. I didn't write them for anybody who can't read them, and am not too concerned about reaching a mass audience. Those of you who can read them, enjoy. The one's who can't, well, they can go play something else, there's no shortage of music here.
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