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Tool to convert music notes (english/do,re,mi/svara). Sevearl kinds of notation are available to write music partitions, one with A B C D… another one with DO RE MI FA SOL…

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Music Notes

Music Notes Converter

From/To English/Italian/European/DOREMI/Indian






Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What are music notes? (Definition)

Musical notes are symbols that represent the different pitches and durations of sounds in a musical composition.

There are 7 musical notes (scale) in Italian/European notation: DO, RE, MI, FA, SOL, LA, SI, also written in letters C, D, E, F, G, A, B in English / American notation, or S, R, G, M, P, D and N in indian svara notation.

How to convert music notes?

Conversion from alphabetic/letters (A,B,C) to (Do,Ré,Mi) is based on the following table (english => italian/french)

DOC
RED
MIE
FAF
SOLG
LAA
SIB

Any figures, sharps or flats are kept

Example: D# becomes Ré# (Ré sharp)

The octave numbering may differ by country.

How to display notes on a music sheet?

Use the music sheet tool on dCode (contains eighth notes, quaver, half notes, whole/white note, flats ♭, sharps #, etc.).

Which countries use Do, Re, Mi?

Main countries learning music theory (solfeggio) with italian notation are France, Spain and Italy.

Which countries uses A, B, C?

Main users of english notation are anglosaxons.

German uses an H instead of a B.

Why music notes are named Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol?

Music notes come from the latin text Ut queant laxis

Example: UT queant laxis / REsonare fibris / MIra gestorum / FAmuli tuorum / SOLve polluti / LAbii reatum / Sancte Iohannes.

Example: So the notes are ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si

The ut was replaced by do.

What is the difference between sharp notes and flat notes?

Sharps and flats are accidentals used to raise or lower the pitch of a note. A sharp note (#) raises the pitch by a semitone, while a flat note (b) lowers it by a semitone.

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