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How to sing accidentals

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17 Feb 2016 13:15 - 17 Feb 2016 13:16 #22105 by lorenn@3
Thus is a very basic(silly?) question. How I'm supposed to sing flats and sharps when doing solfeggio. I mean is it of F# should I pronounce fa sharp quickly or just fa or just add an s. I mean what is the rule , if there is any for this. Thanks in advance.
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18 Feb 2016 09:24 #22117 by hellene
Replied by hellene on topic How to sing accidentals

lorenn@3 wrote: Thus is a very basic(silly?) question. How I'm supposed to sing flats and sharps when doing solfeggio. I mean is it of F# should I pronounce fa sharp quickly or just fa or just add an s. I mean what is the rule , if there is any for this. Thanks in advance.


Our method is based on Russian - French school of music. They are the best in ear training and voice development.

We sing solfeggio with no sharps or flats. but our children all the alterations inside of their minds after a lot of practice with playing different piano pieces, scales, exercises, chords, sight-reading, sight-singing and transposing *all of this you do too, if following our curriculum*

In future your children will be able to instantly translate sounds into notes and keys and develop very advance music ear.

Here is some examplple: children sing in G-Minor (2 flats)

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