Solfege Patterns for Young Vocalists

Do you use the Kodály Method at all in your studio? I’ll admit, sometimes the hand signs can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you haven’t practiced them in a while, but it’s a unique way to engage different parts of the brain while you’re warming up the voice. The Vibrant Vocalist shared a great free download over the weekend with simple solfege patterns.

Solfege Cards

Image by The Vibrant Vocalist www.vibrantvocals.com

These would make perfect printables for young vocalists, and would also look nice up on the wall in any studio. I’m going to experiment with these over the next coming weeks. To download them, visit the Printable Music Resources page at The Vibrant Vocalist. Thanks for sharing, Janelle!

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4 Comments

  • by Janelle Posted September 9, 2014 3:35 pm

    Thank you for sharing, Sara!

  • by Elsa Posted September 9, 2014 10:56 pm

    Thanks so much, Sara! I was just thinking this morning how I should print out a chart of the solfege hand signals. 🙂

  • by joy Posted September 17, 2019 9:20 pm

    the website is no longer exist… I hope you can share the printable via email.. thanks

    • by Sara Campbell Posted September 18, 2019 9:33 am

      Hi Joy! Thanks for letting me know about the broken link. Unfortunately this blog was shut down and I don’t have the file to share. But I can suggest finding great Solfa patterns for kiddos on https://www.thefullvoice.com/ Have a great day!

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