noun, plural sol·feg·gi [sol-fej-ee] /sɒlˈfɛdʒ i/, sol·feg·gios. Music.
Origin of solfeggio
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Historical Examples of solfeggio
Perhaps you may be passed in with even a solfeggio, but just think!From Edinburgh to India & Burmah
William G. Burn Murdoch
He might be practising a solfeggio,” I suggested, “which you could sing for him.Castellinaria
Henry Festing Jones
Certain studies were repugnant to him, mathematics and solfeggio.Rodin: The Man and his Art
She took up her studies in solfeggio and harmony and settled down into the routine of hard, persistent study with renewed vigor.
The practice of solfeggio gives clearness and accuracy to the ear, and teaches the eye to read with certainty and speed.