Sight Singing in Solfege
I’m in the process of adding a sight singing unit to my music studio. In the future, these “worksheets” will be found under my music studio “sight singing” tab.
I use solfege constantly when teaching voice students. It’s such a useful tool for ear training and can be equally useful in teaching students to read music. These worksheets have been designed as a resource for teachers and may be copied for incidental, non-commercial use.
The first step to sight singing is to learn to sing a major scale while using the hand signs. Engaging the hands while singing will increases your understanding and retention. After you have mastered the scale, try mixing up the pitches. After you have the pitches and hand signs down, move on to the worksheets.
Sight Singing 1.0 in the Key of C. Understanding the relationship between Do and So.
Sight Singing 1.1 in the Key of C. Understanding the relationship between Do, Mi, and So.
Sight Singing 1.2 in the Key of C. More practice understanding the relationship between Do, Mi, So.