Sol-Fa Notes and the Musical Alphabet

Hello kids, mums and dads! πŸ˜ƒ

You may have noticed that in the latest lessons we have been calling the notes with two different names.

This week Dani is teaching us about it so we clear any doubts we have.

🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹 🎹

In most of the countries of this part of the world the notes have the names:

DOπŸ’š, RE❀️, MIπŸ’™ , FA🍊 , SOπŸ’œ, LAπŸ’— , TIπŸ’›

But in English speaking countries the notes are called like the letters of the alphabet!

CπŸ’š, D❀️, EπŸ’™ , F🍊 , GπŸ’œ, AπŸ’— , BπŸ’›

(notice that they go from A to G and they start again, but normally the musical notes are shows with the C scale as an example, meaning we start with C and finish with B)

🎁 Here's a very interesting article in wikipedia about the origin of the Sol-Fa notes.

🎬 Watch Dani's clip and follow his tips. Then print the funsheet provided below and practice at home! It's so easy and simple. πŸ˜‡

You can DOWNLOAD and print the Fun-sheet from here! On Desktop computer - Right Click on it and Save As...

On Mobile Device - Tap on it and keep it pressed. Download Image.

Have fun and do get in touch if you need any help. Remember if you like what we do, subscribe to our YouTube channel. We make these clips for you to enjoy!


See you next week with more practise tips from the team.

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