Definition of solfège in English:

solfège

Line breaks: sol|fège
Pronunciation: /ˈsɔlfɛʒ
 
/

noun

another term for solfeggio.
More example sentences
  • I liked movable-do solfège when I was in my two-year theory core... with a little bit of practice (only 15-30 minutes) I found the syllables made sense.
  • Their lesson on Major And Minor keys will tell you all about major and minor keys and scales, as well as a system called Solfege.

Origin

French.

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