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Solfa and the Score: Music Transcription

Solfa and the Score: Music Transcription

The wonderful thing about developing your relative pitch through solfeggio is that you can use it for a variety of musical activities. Previously we have covered sight singing and pentatonic improvisation. Now we will apply those same pentatonic skills to another...
Solfa and the Score: Pentatonic Improvisation

Solfa and the Score: Pentatonic Improvisation

Pentatonic scales have an unparalleled versatility for improvisation. Whether you use them on guitar, piano, another instrument or when singing, they provide you with a universal power to move people musically. In this article we will take advantage of their power to...
How to Improvise on Guitar: 3 simple steps

How to Improvise on Guitar: 3 simple steps

Improvisation is an essential guitar skill but one which can seem very intimidating at first. As already covered in this series on learning to improvise, it is possible to learn improvisation and in a simple step-by-step way. Whether you’re playing lead guitar...
Five Notes Will Change Your Life: Pentatonic Scales

Five Notes Will Change Your Life: Pentatonic Scales

In this series so far, we’re covered the basics of finding do and applying solfege syllables in a given key, as well as singing and hearing intervals. Now we will look at the pentatonic scale, and see how this particular set of intervals can help us recognize...
Get familiar with the Dorian Mode

Get familiar with the Dorian Mode

This week we’ll be taking a look at the Dorian Mode, one of the most popular scales beyond the basic major and minor you probably already know. It’s important to train your ears to recognise scales, as this considerably builds your understanding of the...

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