Children are taught the aspect of PITCH using a method called Solfege
Solfège describes the musical scale using one-vowel-sound syllables that sing easier than the traditional 8-note scale names: C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C or scale numbers: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-1.
- Effective Ear Training starts with this system of associating musical pitch to a sound.
You might have heard this kind of singing even in Indian Classical Sining (alap singing). in other words Solfege is what we call Do,Re,Mi,Fa,So,La,Ti,Do in western music and Sa,Re,Ga,Ma in Indian Music
- by using this technique the student gains an understanding (in years to come) being able to hear a totally unheard & new music and be able to tell you what note is being sung in it’s RELATIVE PITCH.
The notes for Deep & Wide!
Explanation of the picture
- The Alphabets you see are the musical alphabets which are written on your keyboard. If you don’t know – how to write the Musical alphabets on the keyboard <—– Click here to read more about it
- The lines you see going up and down shows if the pitch is going up or down.
- to the extreme right you’ll see the Solfege written compared to the musical alphabets. Note: solfege is written here Bottom up to show you the pitches going up in steps
- Note : arrows are written below the line if the solfege is moving from high to low note
- Note : arrows are written above the line if the solfeggi is moving from low to high.
The Picture below shows the Finger Position (Right Hand) Note : EGABC written on the 2nd Column is the primary finger position. The notes FDE is the position when it moves back which is a TURNAROUND <——– Click here to read more about What a turn around is
Hope you enjoyed reading, learning, singing. If you have any questions or comments Please use the comment box to do so. Cheers and God Bless!!
Joel E Dave