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Are they C,D,E,F,G,A or do re me fa so la to do? I have an online assignment due and my classmates say it’s CDEFGA but I’m confused.

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Solfege represents those letter names, therefore - do re me fa so la ti (or si) are solfege for C D E F G A and B. This is in what's known as fixed doh There is another similar system which calls the root note of any key doh. So it's confusing. This isn't a 'do your homework for you' site, though!

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The Solfege syllables are:

Do re mi fa so la ti do (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 for movable do, C D E F G A B C for fixed do)

We notate each note with a solfege. (The numbers notate movable do, while the letters notate fixed do.)

Ti - ♭1 - C♭

Do - 1 - C

Di - ♯1 - C♯

Ra - ♭2 - D♭

Re - 2 - D

Ri - ♯2 - D♯

Me - ♭3 - E♭

Mi - 3 - E

Fa - ♯3 - E♯

Mi - ♭4 - F♭

Fa - 4 - F

Fi - ♯4 - F♯

Se - ♭5 - G♭

So - 5 - G

Si - ♯5 - G♯

Le - ♭6 - A♭

La - 6 - A

Li - ♯6 - A♯

Te - ♭7 - B♭

Ti - 7 - B

Do - ♯7 - B♯

  • Reason for the downvote, please? – Maika Sakuranomiya Apr 3 at 4:43
  • Feel free to accept my answer! – Maika Sakuranomiya Apr 3 at 5:12
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    I am the one who downvoted, and I actually don't understand the upvote. Your answer is a list (well, two lists) with no explanation. You just asked a Meta question about this. Is there a relationship between C, D, E, F, G, A, B and the solfege syllables? Does OP ask about fixed do or movable do? Why do you list 7 solfege syllables at first, as OP did, then list 19 solfege syllables? And there is no need to beg for votes. – David Bowling Apr 3 at 5:12
  • Fair point, David Bowling! Adjusted! – Maika Sakuranomiya Apr 3 at 5:20

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