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Synonyms for solfeggio

singing using solfa syllables to denote the notes of the scale of C major

a voice exercise


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The Mozarthaus will also be home to courses on piano, violin, guitar, flamenco, singing, solfeggio, English, Spanish and German if the founders receive any requests.
Since 1936, teacher of organ and solfeggio, later theoretical musical subjects and music history in the Tallinn Conservatoire.
Helpful appendices contain solfeggio syllable sheets for intro to music reading, warm-up exercises, and forms of inquiry for out of print copyrighted material, plus an NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) code of ethics for vocal instructors.
Meanwhile, the latter skill, velocity and accuracy in scales and arpeggios, can be developed through playing, for example, the famous Solfeggio or Solfeggietto of Bach's son Carl Philipp Emmanuel.
No matter whether Kovacs was hosting a cooking, quiz, or variety show, he managed to use the Gershwinesque ragtime composition "Oriental Blues" as his theme, while the fake gorillas of the Nairobi Trio invariably performed some version of Robert Maxwell's "Solfeggio."
The Repertoire Singers will perform "Divo Aloysio Sacrum" by James MacMillan; "Solfeggio" by Arvo Prt; "Plorate filii Israel" from Giacomo Carissimi's "Jephte"; a Kenyan Folk Song; and "Magnificat" by Francesco Durante, performed with the University of Oregon Campus Orchestra.
Another member of P-blot is Suzuki Jun, who studied piano and solfeggio from the age of five.
Be my friend," an attentive listener may hear behind her exhortations the syllables of an ascending and descending major scale in solfeggio ("Do, re, mi ...": 71).
Final symbolic result of the programming (setting out the music on paper in traditional notation, numerical expressions, graphs, or other means of solfeggio);
I skipped a few solfeggio lessons, and that was it.
Some of the ideas Tucke recorded that might have been discussed further include the relationship of notational coloration to heraldry (which Woodley announces will appear in a forthcoming publication), the use of arsis and thesis for retrograde and inversion in melody, the astrological and metallurgical parallels to the solfeggio system, and the combination of musical rhythm with Greek poetic meters that might be traced to the Oxford quadrivial scholar and author of an important treatise on alchemy at the beginning of the fourteenth century, Walter Odington.
In addition to technique and academics, there are professional training courses including solfeggio, harmony, history of music, ethnic and preclassic dance, ballet history, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, anthropology, dramatic literature, history of art, psychology, Oriental philosophy, appreciation of cinematography, history of film, and applied ethics.