Apply Solfeggio Knowledge

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Hi! You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial series on singing. In the previous tutorial, we discussed how to keep your voice safe. In this video tutorial, we're going to teach you about solfeggio.

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    Solfeggio is a very important part of singing that helps us identify notes (pitch), musical notation, and phrasing
    Do always starts with do: do, re, mi, fa sol, la, ti, and do. The note repeats because the scale degree is one to eight. One and eight are do and two to seven are filling the scale.
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    In the standard notation, the C major scale has C, D, E, F, G, A, B, and C, while in solfeggio, have do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, and do
    That means that solfeggio employs do as C, re as D, mi as E, fa as F, sol as G, la as A; it's just like programming one value to act as another. This also helps us to think more closely about the music we're singing.
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    Singing sol to sol or re to re shows what key we're in and how many sharps or how many flats there are
    We also can identify if it is a major or minor key through solfeggio. Basically, we want to practice solfeggio by following the next sequence: do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do, ti, la, sol, fa, mi, re, and do. To continue practice, build up the technique and support for singing. These are very important for singing.
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