4 Solfege Charts To Help You Learn Music Tuesday February 1 2022, 12:29 AM
Yona Marie
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4 Solfege Charts To Help You Learn Music

Solfege Charts

Don't feel bad for looking for a cheat sheet; solfege can be difficult to learn when you're a beginner just getting into the music world.

The good thing is that no matter if you're using "fixed do" or "movable do", the solfege names and hand signals remain the same and can help you with all types of scales from major, to minor, to Mixolydian. 

It's time to impress your music teachers and your future fans with your knowledge!

Check out these charts I've made below that can help you learn and memorize your solfege. You can download each chart as a PDF for free, in addition to studying it here on my site. 

Note: In the "fixed do" method, your "do" will always be C.

That means if you are singing in a key that isn't C, you will need to use chromatic solfege from the last chart below. If you are in "movable do, " your "do" can be C, C#, F, Bb, or any other starting note. 

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Simple Solfege Chart

This is a basic chart that you can start with as a beginner. Note that if you're using "movable do", the first note (tonic note) in this scale can be whatever note you want it to be.

If not, you should assume that you are starting with C as the first note of the scale. Most people use moveable do since it's easier to grasp with a variety of different song keys. 

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Solfege Chart With C Scale 

Here's a chart you can use to get used to seeing how the scale matches with a specific key. The most common music scale is the key of C major.

If you use fixed do, you will stick with these notes no matter what key you're singing in. You will need to also refer to the chromatic solfege chart below to account for accidentals. 

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Solfege Chart With Hand Signs

Check out this chart if you're looking to take things to the next level with hand signals. This works well for groups of singers and young students in voice lessons that are learning how to sing through scales with a professional teacher. 

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Chromatic Solfege Chart 

Here's an advanced scale that takes into account each note in a chromatic scale. This will cover every note possible in a scale that is possible, including accidental notes.

Don't worry too much about this chart if you're just getting started with solfege and are looking for the basics only. 

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Download The PDF for these charts. 

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