Solfege and Rhythm Examples

Just to clarify, major keys are marked with capital letters (C, F, or G), and minor keys are marked with lowercase letters and marked “minor.” Some examples use the “do clef” to help young singers identify tonic.

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    • Just to clarify, major keys are marked with capital letters (C, F, or G), and minor keys are marked with lowercase letters and marked “minor.” Some examples use the “do clef” to help young singers identify tonic. I hope this helps.

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