Scales: Quiz: Letter Names & Solfege: C Major

Multiple-choice quiz that tests & quickly teaches the Letter Names & Solfege Syllables for the C Major Scale

Given a Letter Name, identify the Solfege Syllable.
Given a Solfege syllable, identify the Letter Name.
(14 Questions)

In the key of C Major, Ti = ?

In the key of C Major, Mi = ?

In the key of C Major, Re = ?

In the key of C Major, A = ?

In the key of C Major, D = ?

In the key of C Major, Do = ?

In the key of C Major, B = ?

In the key of C Major, C = ?

In the key of C Major, Fa = ?

In the key of C Major, La = ?

In the key of C Major, G = ?

In the key of C Major, E = ?

In the key of C Major, F = ?

In the key of C Major, So = ?

3 thoughts on “Scales: Quiz: Letter Names & Solfege: C Major

  1. The cursor of my computer is sensitive. Twice, I was moving the cursor toward the correct next answer choice and accidentally passed across a question or one of it’s answers and
    even though I had not chosen, had not clicked upon, any wrong question or any wrong answer, your far too sensitive and precipitative software grabbed on to me and nailed my accidentally errant yet innocent, ass to the cross, while passing mistaken judgement.

    What happens if I need to clear my throat gently, or if my stomach rumbles during any
    live or video lesson? In other words, this “test” I just repeatedly supposedly failed has
    convinced me not to be actively involved again – unless you were to realize the errant
    punitive manner in which your software operates, and correct the problem.

    I strongly suggest that you correct this problem, and others of this nature, so as to be
    considerate of prospective clientele, especially disabled seniors such as myself.

    Allow participants to complete the entire “test,” and then
    be allowed to make sure their answers are the distractors that they have actually chosen,
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    or “ENTER” or “SUBMIT” button where we/they will be allowed to click on that sucker,
    announcing that we/they have completed the question or questions or entire query.

    INSTEAD of being like The Penguin, in The Blues Brothers movie, whereby she goes
    nutso and beats them with her yardstick. That being essentially what you’re doing here.

    Hey man, I grad from UNM in ’73 with BSEE, and I have much much more
    education – experience and travels –
    Been all over the world, lived two separate times in Europe, both in military and
    as a civilian including lived in Hungary – when I was there I went to ZeneAcademia
    Operahaz, and many music events that are nor for tourists.
    BUT I also attended Herbie Hancock at Budapest Sport Stadion = wonderful
    for 14 months . . . . Was in Sarajevo in 96 just after cease fire, the whole city
    looked like Ukraine does now and mines everywhere – we could still hear
    gunfire and more in the hills . . airport was closed but I had special reason to
    fly in & out aboard NATO A/C –

    I was in & out of Hungary for a few years. Each time went to ZeneAcademia
    and other places for music.

    Was in ABQ and Santa Fe, visiting old friends, and when you were in Hungary.
    I have been to The Lensic and also several times to Outpost Performance Space.
    Met Outpost owner Tom Guralnick & chatted twice, but we really don’t know each other.

    – 33+ yrs Licensed therapist . . . I could be of help to you
    with respect to health, esp mental health and what
    ongoing trauma does to you and me both

    Before becoming lic therapist, I was a Navy Officer, am ret from USN
    20 years – with Aviation ASW, Aviation ELINT, ECM, other cool electronics,
    also Surface Warfare CIC Officer, Fire Control Officer – and more ….

    Multiple cancer survivor & I am living with leukemia remission, which
    had relapsed previously, lots of chemo,
    had other cancer lost kidney. . . . lost two organs on one side
    constant pain and disab,,
    no more beach body – damn –
    and I’ve had 6 Mohs surgeries, 4 of which on my face / head.
    I could send you cool (gory) photos of the Mohs gouges in my head
    at the time of each surgery -suitable for framing

    So – some similar world outlook, love of music, travel, education,
    and damn serious terminal illness . . .
    We could be Mohs Bros ….

    Now at old age am finally beginning to study piano / music . . .
    I knew absolutely nothing about music, so now I know
    just a tiny bit more and that’s really cool – piqued my
    interest even more –
    stage of piano at only 4 mo – hand independence, of course

    Anyway, your damn good, very big (the universe is still expanding)
    website needs fixing, in this respect.
    So I’m here to help by turning my punishment into a fix-it request note to you ….

    So there – again.

    I hope you’re feeling OK & doing well.

    Tom H

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