Solfege Chart

Finale 2008 - [Solfege chart and examples.MUS]

Finale 2008 - [Solfege chart and examples.MUS] & & & & & c c c c c Double Sharps Sharps BASIC Flats Double Flats w do w * raf w # di w b ra w ‹ dis w re w * mef w # ri w b me w * fef w ‹ ris w mi w b fe w # mis w fa w * sef w # fi w b se w ‹ fis w so w * lef w # si w b le w ‹ sis w la w ...

Revised Standard Solfege

Rationale: In designing the Revised Standard Solfege chart, the author's intention is to adhere to recent chromatic solfege tradition but to provide new syllables where enharmonic equivalents occur--where the adjacent diatonic note is at the half step.


The left column in the solfege chart contains Flats . Each flat sign (except RA) ends in the vowel ____. TE LE SE ME RA 5. Each flat and sharp that sit across from each other have the same pitch, for example, RA and DI.

Origin of the Solfege syllables

(The pronunciation key shows an anglicized pronunciation in IPA, as shown at the IPA chart for English.) Note Name Solfege Name Pronunciation C Do /doʊ/ D Re /reɪ/ E Mi /mi/ F Fa /fɑ/ G Sol /soʊl/ A La /lɑ/ B Si /si/ In France, ...


Two of the most widely used sight-singing techniques are called "Solfege" and "Tonic Solfa". Here's a little background on each: Solfege Solfege Solfege Solfege For the medieval singer, life was rough.

Solfege Practice

do di re ri mi fa fi sol si la li ti do do ti te la le sol se fa mi me re ra do do re mi fa so la ti do do re me fa so le te do do ra me fa so le te do do mi re do te do le seleteredoteredo Solfege Syllables : Chromatic Scale (FIXED DO) In the recommended system of singing solfege, THE TONIC ...

SOLFEGE TO CHORD do re mi fa so la ti 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

... ti do re mi fa so' fa so la ti do re mi fa' mi fa so la ti do re mi' re mi fa so la ti do re' re minor to mi major Solfege scale Chant chord prog. mi minor to fa minor or ti minor fa major to so ... one can simply match the solfege syllables, which I have added to *Diuwei's chart above ...

Chromatic Scales

Chromatic Scales. Chromatic Scales for Wind and Chromatic Percussion Jim Evans Instrumentation Flute Oboe Clarinet Alto Clarinet Bass Clarinet Bassoon Alto Saxophone Tenor Saxophone Baritone Saxophone Trumpet Horn in F Trombone Baritone T.C. - B.C. Tuba Xylophone Click on an instrument name or ...

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• (I bet you can't) Sing Where I Point (Reading Notation) Start very simple (on a solfège chart or the staff) and move slowly up and down melodic patterns by step.

Bass Fretboard Notes Spelled © 2002 Roger Edward Blumberg E E D*/E* F G A B C D F*/G* G*/A* A*/B* C*/D* Bass Fretboard Notes Spelled Fret # Nut 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Nut = open strings Fret 0 E D*/E* A B C D A*/B* C*/D* E D*/E* D F G A F*/G* G ...

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