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Solfege Music Appreciation 8 th grade Ms. Kristen Kametz What is solfege? A method of teaching sight singing using the syllables “ Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, and Ti”. The purpose of solfege…

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Solfege

Music Appreciation

8th grade

Ms. Kristen Kametz


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What is solfege?

  • A method of teaching sight singing using the syllables “ Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, and Ti”.


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The purpose of solfege…

  • To help singers be able to accurately sing pitches when they are sight reading a piece or having difficulty with intervals



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Who Was The Inventor of Solfege?

  • Guido de Arezzo

  • 992 A.D?-1033A.D?

  • Italian Monk, who was also the inventor of modern musical notation and the music staff itself.


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Moveable “ Do”

  • “ Do” is the first syllable of every scale followed by “Re”, “ Mi” , “Fa”, and “ Sol” on. ( ha ha! get it?)


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Fixed “Do”

  • In a fixed “ Do” system, C is always “ Do”, D is always “Re” and so on. What would this be if it were sung on a Fixed “ Do” system?


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Chromatic Solfege

  • Ascending~ (Do), Di, (Re), Ri, (Mi), (Fa), Fi, (Sol), Si, (La), Li, (Ti)

  • Descending~ (Do), (Ti), Te, (La), Le, (Sol), Se, (Fa), (Mi), Me, (Re), Ra





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“ Do, a Dear..”

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvhqLIZLLmk





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Works Cited

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvhqLIZLLmk

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arezzo

  • www.brainybetty.com

  • www.classicsforkids.com


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