Every language has their own alphabet. And some use similar ones and even the same alphabet. Music also uses its own unique alphabet. But is easily recognizable.
It starts on the letter A and goes until G.
Like so: A-B-C-D-E-F-G. It then repeats back to A, indefinitely.
The musical alphabet is/are the letter notes that you read in music. They are the notes that you play, and write as well. Every instrument (including voice) uses these letters and these letters/notes are all a very specific pitch/sound. And they are all very different.
You should memorize this sequence of notes/letters. It will help with reading, playing, and writing for later on.
TASK: In the task discussion area I want everyone to write at least 3 words they can make with these letters!
I read Anna's post and it inspired me to be a little poetic, so I came up with this at first, from the perspective of 'solfeg':
But something within me screamed to be more EVEN more poetic, so I had to establish new words... so I came up with the following:
Articles in English Grammar
A -an English dialect for a
DE -a French dialect for the
DA -a poetic French dialect for the
And it was with these words that the poetic inspiration, bubbling within me, came to fruition, as the following:
DAD DA FAG... FED DE BEE... A BAD, EGG FEED
Just 'my2cw' (my two cents worth)
Here is a sound clip playing what these notes sound like.
A, B, C, D, E, F, & G.
In that order: