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How to use and read solfege in singing

A snapguide on how to sing solfege, which is a way to learn notes in singing!

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How to read solfege by Bizzy and Karly\ud83c\udfb5

How to read solfege by Bizzy and Karly🎵

First do we need to know the basic musical notes...Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do.

First do we need to know the basic musical notes...Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do.

We need to know in Solfege, everything revolves around the note, Do.

We need to know in Solfege, everything revolves around the note, Do.

One way we can use solfege is reading notes. An example would be, if Do is E then Re would be F because Re comes after Do and E comes after F on the musical scale...make sense?

One way we can use solfege is reading notes. An example would be, if Do is E then Re would be F because Re comes after Do and E comes after F on the musical scale...make sense?

In singing we also use Solfege to learn the sound of the notes we're singing. If you're in choir, your teacher might have you mark your music notes using Solfege.

In singing we also use Solfege to learn the sound of the notes we're singing. If you're in choir, your teacher might have you mark your music notes using Solfege.

If your in choir make sure to see if your teacher has a Solfege poster. Here's Mrs. Gillien's Solfege poster!

If your in choir make sure to see if your teacher has a Solfege poster. Here's Mrs. Gillien's Solfege poster!

Solfege is important because it teaches sight singing in which each note is sung to a special syllable. Solfege is also important to help singers reach, learn, jump and remember notes.

Congrats you now know how to read (and use) Solfege!

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