|05-21-2004, 10:51 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2004
solresol, the musician's language
do you know solresol (la Langue musicale universelle made by françois sudre 1817 .. 1855)?
you can play solresol
you can speak solresol
you can write solresol using music notation
you can also write solresol using all kind of alphabets (or chiffres!) including braille
you can paint solresol in the seven rainbow colours (1
you can sign solresol (1
you can knock solresol (1
(1 = especially for handicapped people
solresol is completely light to learn, so speak to write
only 7 syllables (do re mi fa sol la si)
nothing difficult to pronounce for all people of the world
minimal grammar (more easy than basic english!)
it was possible for my to buy in the last days the complete old book of sudre (edition of 1866) with the complete french-solresol dictionary (more than 12000 french words) and i will try to publish a lot new words each day
if you want to speak it and don't know a word or the other you can ask me on the yahoo solresol group
you will find my published copy of the book as soon the parts appairs online at
i wish you and your children a lot fun time using solresol!
|05-21-2004, 03:36 PM||#3|
Lick My Ring.
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Rolling around in filth.
That sounds hilarious... i think "crescendo" and all that stuff counts as musician language. just as "grunt grunt" is roadie language.
|05-22-2004, 05:39 PM||#6|
ob la di, ob la da!
Join Date: Mar 2002
lol. that may be a good thing. my sanity is questionable enough as-is.
take it easy, but take it!