Solfege

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Solfege

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  1. Solfege

    Slide 1 - Solfege

    • By: Alina Chuong
  2. Step One:

    Slide 2 - Step One:

    • Locate the treble/bass clef.
  3. Step Two:

    Slide 3 - Step Two:

    • Find the key signature. It should be directly beside the treble/bass clef.
  4. Step Three:

    Slide 4 - Step Three:

    • Next, locate the last sharp or flat in the key signature. The flat furthest to the right is Fa and the sharp furthest to the right is Ti.
  5. Step Four:

    Slide 5 - Step Four:

    • Now look at your first note in the first measure of the music. If it goes above the last sharp/flat in the key signature you will move up the scale as you move up the lines/spaces. If it goes below the last sharp/flat you will move down the scale and down the lines/spaces.
  6. Example 1:

    Slide 6 - Example 1:

  7. Example 2:

    Slide 7 - Example 2:

  8. Step Five:

    Slide 8 - Step Five:

    • Now you can solfege the rest of your
    • music based on your first note!
  9. Bibliography

    Slide 9 - Bibliography

    • Schmidt, Katrina. "What Is Solfege?" About Singing. N.p. Web. 13 Feb. 2015.
    • A, Coralie. Moveable Do. WordPress, 26 Jan. 2011. Web. 13 Feb. 2015.
    • Harper, Douglas. "Define Solfege." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, 10 June 2010. Web. 17 Feb. 2015.
    • G, Derek. "Solfege - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)." Solfege - GNU Project - (FSF). Free Software Foundation, 09 July 2004. Web. 17 Feb. 2015.
    • Jennings, Paul. "Solfege Introduction to Shape Note Singing." Solfege, Solfeggio, Fa So La or Shape Note Singing Introduction at Vocalist. Music First Express, 09 Sept. 2001. Web. 18 Feb. 2015.
    • Choral Directors Association. "Choral Net." Solfege for Beginners Choirs. ACDA, 29 Jan. 2004. Web. 18 Feb. 2015.