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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There are 7 musical notes 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.
Conversion from alphabetic/letters (A,B,C) to (Do,Ré,Mi) is based on the following table (english => italian/french)
Any figures, sharps or flats are kept
Example: 3D becomes Ré3 (Ré 3rd octave)
Use the music sheet tool on dCode (contains eighth notes, quaver, half notes, whole/white note, flats ♭, sharps #, etc.).
Main countries learning music theory (solfeggio) with italian notation are France, Spain and Italy.
Main users of english notation are anglosaxons.
German uses an H instead of a B.
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.
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