- Denoting a system of solmization in which C is called ‘doh’, D is called ‘ray’, etc., irrespective of the key in which they occur. Compare with movable-doh.More example sentences
- I find that the fixed-do solfege syllables work best for this.
- Of the familiar tonal systems - the interval names, numbers, fixed-do, moveable-do with a do-based minor, and moveable-do with a la-based minor, the only one that is based on syntax is the moveable-do with a la-based minor.
More definitions of fixed-dohDefinition of fixed-doh in:
- The US English dictionary