I am learning solfege by myself and I have a question about reading of notes with accidentals. As far as I studied, There are 2 different ways in solfege, fixed-do and movable-do. There are also variations such as chromatic and non-chromatic. The image below is A major scale with accidentals.
In movable-do/non-chromatic, it should be:
| do do re re | mi fa fa sol | sol la la ti | do do ti | ti la la sol | sol fa mi mi | re re do |
In movable-do/chromatic, it should be like:
| do di re ri | mi fa fi sol | si la li ti | do do ti | te la le sol | se fa mi me | re ra do |
But I am very confused with Fixed-do. I don't know how to read notes with accidentals. I am not sure but in fixed-do/chromatic should be like:
| la li ti do(?) | di re ri mi | fa(?) fi sol(?) si | la la si | sol fi fa mi | me re di do | ti te la |
Is that correct? Fixed-do/non-chromatic is more complicated. I have no idea whether I should just ignore accidentals or indicate actual note. Ignoring accidentals is very easy but E sharp will be "mi", etc. and I feel it's very weird.
| la la ti ti | do re re mi | mi fa fa sol | la la sol | sol fa fa mi | mi re do do | ti ti la |
Is that correct? Does anyone know the standard way of fixed-do solfege in the scale with key signature and accidentals? Thank you for your attention.