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  1. I was wondering… if you are able to sing sheet music, would that help you learn perfect pitch? Or is that helpful for relative pitch?

  2. Thank you. I would like to see more practice singning notes videos songs. Like where the notes are shown to a famous song and you sing along with a real voice in the background. If you would like to make this type of video for people who want to learn to sing acapella by note then go for it!

  3. I have a rookie question about key signatures.
    When the score has a specific key signature, do we still sing like it's in the original key, but replace the notes specified in the key signature with # or b?
    It's the only thing I kinda don't get.

  4. thanks a lot, this is great stuff. i am used sing the solfege names of the notes, so in C major it is ok, but in other keys it is quite confusing. are there any tricks to make it less confusing on the other keys?

  5. Thank you for this wonderful lessons.   Something I don't understand:  should I sing with so-fa sound or just sing humming the sound.   This practice only for C key,  how about when change key.  Should I memorize each key from Do to Te or just one key, so that I can sing without piano.  Anyone help me please!!!

  6. These are full notes and should be sung four beats for one note.Is this the right way of representation.I think it should be 4 quarter notes in one bar

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