The method of associating each note of a scale with a particular syllable. The modern series is usually doh-ray-me-fah-soh-lah-te, with doh as C in the fixed-doh system and as the key-note in a moveable-doh system. Solfhge is the descendant of sixnote solmisation and is named for the sol-fa of that sequence. See solmization.
the universal method of musical note reading
singing using solfa syllables to denote the notes of the scale of C major
a voice exercise; singing scales or runs to the same syllable
a vocalized musical scale that is commonly known as ''Do-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La-Ti''
Method of ear training, sight-reading, and notation that uses syllabic names to represent the notes of the scale relative to the tonic doh, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, doh (also known as sol-fa, tonic sol-fa, and solfeggio).
A system of designating verbal syllables for the degrees of the scale.
In music, solfege (or solmization) is a pedagogical technique for the teaching of sight-singing in which each note of the score is sung to a special syllable, called a "solfege syllable" (or "sol-fa syllable"). The seven syllables normally used for this practice in the West are: Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si. (In England and America, "Sol" and "Si" are usually replaced with "So" and "Ti".)