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SOLFEGGIO SYLLABLES DO RE MI FA SO LA TI DO "DOE" "RAY" "ME" "FAH" "SO" "LA" "TEE" "DO" ARE YOU SLEEPING (FRERE JACQUES, BROTHER JOHN) D R M D /D R M D/M F S - /M F S -/ S L S F M D/S L S F M D/D S D -/D S D -/ Solfeggio? Solfeggio [It.] originally meant vocal exercises sung to a vowel (a,o,u) or to solmization syllables do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do. It can also mean any rudimentary study of music where notational symbols are immediately auralized, e.g. sight singing. Main Entry: sol·feg·gio Pronunciation: säl-'fe-j(E-")O Function: noun Etymology: Italian, from sol-fa Date: 1774 : SOLFège
 
 
 
 
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