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How is learning Fixed DO Solfege any different than learning Absolute Pitch?

In Fixed DO Solfege, you are essentially memorizing the pitch in association with the pitch's name. This isn't quite correct. Fixed Do is a system for naming pitches, just as the letter names are a ...
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How is learning Fixed DO Solfege any different than learning Absolute Pitch?

Learning absolute pitch? It'something that's nigh on impossible. After many, many years as a muso, I can recognise, or sing, a single C note accurately 9 times out of 10. But that doesn't mean I have ...
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How is learning Fixed DO Solfege any different than learning Absolute Pitch?

This sounds like a misunderstanding of Fixed Do. Fixed Do is, primarily, a sight-reading and relative-pitch ear-training tool, but it does not rely on identifying the starting pitch by ear. One does ...
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