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Solfege in the Muzoracle

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While most of us are familiar with do, re, mi, fa, so, la, and ti, the chromatic solfege is a bit hazy for some. Actually, there's some variation in the world at large as to which syllables equate with which notes -- below is the enitre solfege as used in the Muzoracle system. The pronounciation is Italian.

DO (doh): The root, or an octave or unison in relation to the root.

RA (rah): A Minor Second in the key of do.

RE (ray): A Major Second in the key of do.

ME (may): A Minor Third in the key of do.

MI (mee): A Major Third in the key of do.

FA (fah): A Perfect Fourth in the key of do.

SE (say): A Tritone in the key of do.

SO (soh): A Perfect Fifth in the key of do.

LE (lay): A Minor Sixth in the key of do.

LA (lah): A Major Sixth in the key of do.

TE (tay): A Minor Seventh in the key of do.

TI (tee): A Major Seventh in the key of do.

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