Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti, Do'

Solfege is a music education method that aims to help students better understand pitch relationships and improve their listening, singing, and music reading skills. At the core of solfege is a set of standard syllables or names for a musical scale, usually consisting of seven notes: Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti, and can be expanded to more notes. The basic principle of solfege is to teach students how to understand pitch and melody by singing these syllables or names.

Solfege is most commonly used in vocal and choral instruction because singing is a very direct way to understand and express music. In solfege instruction, teachers guide students in learning how to sing different notes and how to combine them into melodies and harmonies. Solfege can also be used in instrumental instruction, for example, when practicing a piece, students can use solfege to sing the melody to help them better understand and perform the music.

Solfege is translated as "solfeggio" or "solfa" in English, and may have different names in different music education systems. It is a globally recognized music education method that is widely used in music education and performance.

Example of Solfege

How to Solfege

Writer: Frankie Chan