Sol-Fa

system of one syllable abbreviations for scale notes. The notes are Do-re-Me-Far-Sol-La-Ti-Do
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Sol-fa

• (v. t.) To sing to solmization syllables. • (n.) The gamut, or musical scale. See Tonic sol-fa, under Tonic, n. • (v. i.) To sing the notes of the gamut, ascending or descending; as, do or ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si, do, or the same in reverse order.
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Sol-fa

Sol'-fa' noun The gamut, or musical scale. See Tonic sol-fa , under Tonic , noun
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Sol-fa

Sol`-fa' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sol-faed ; present participle & verbal noun Sol-faing .] [ Italian solfa the gamut, from the syllables fa , sol .] To sing the notes of the gamut, ascending or ...
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Sol-fa

Sol`-fa' transitive verb To sing to solmization syllables.
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sol-fa

In music, abbreviation for tonic sol-fa, a method of teaching music, usually singing, systematized by John Curwen (1816–1880)
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Sol-Fa

Sol-fa is a system of musical notation which was invented by Miss Glover and popularised by John Curwen.
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