A Kodály-inspired introduction to solfège syllables with hand signs.
This video presents an introduction to solfège, complete with syllables and hand signs. Students may use this video as a warm-up in their daily practice.
Solfège is a system that uses syllables and hand signs to represent notes. The Kodály method, created by Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály, emphasizes the role of singing in music education. The work of Sarah Glover and John Curwen led to the use of hand signs with syllables in the Kodály method.
Here, Anja Wade teaches students to use solfège syllables and hand signs as they train the voice. Anja provides an introduction to solfège as well as examples intended for use as a daily warm-up.
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