Phonology[ edit ] The seven conventional notes, colors, syllables, numerals, and glyphs used to convey solresol phonemes. Solresol words are made from one to five syllables or notes. Each of these may be one of only seven basic phonemeswhich may in turn be accented or lengthened.
Learning Solresol, Lesson 1: An introduction So, you're interested in learning Solresol? Solresol has a fascinating history, and I would definitely recommend you research it individually at your leisure to get a fuller understanding for advice on where to look, see the bottom of this postbut here's a brief introduction: His goal was to create an international language - everyone would learn Solresol as a second language, and the language barrier would effectively be broken, because everyone would share a common tongue.
While other languages Such as Esperanto in theory, or English in practice seem to be more viable alternatives for this purpose now, Solresol remains a remarkably unique language, deserving of attention - and maybe even a revival.
I'm not an expert by any means - but nobody is. My hope is that I can share my journey of learning Solresol by teaching you, and we can discover the language together. This sets it apart in two fundamental ways: One can communicate in Solresol by singing, playing a musical instrument, speaking the syllables, writing musical notation, painting colors namely, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violetnaming the notes of a scale e.
C, D, E, F, G, A, Bwriting numbers, tapping numbers morse code style, using the official shorthand Figure 1using hand signals Figure 2using alternate sign language Figure 3or virtually any system that makes use of seven elements.
Don't be overwhelmed by that list! You don't need to be have perfect pitch, or even be familiar with music at all to learn Solresol. The seven spoken or written syllables are always the most basic form used for learning and almost all communication.
Once you understand the language, the variety of possible expression can add versatility and creativity for those who are so inclined. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Solresol can embed meaning into almost anything, making it a fascinatingly versatile language.
If you're intrigued and want to learn more, go on to lesson two.Words beginning with 'sol' have meanings related to arts and sciences, or, if they begin with 'solsol', sickness and medicine (e.g. solresol, "language"; solsolredo, "migraine").
Like other constructed languages with a priori vocabulary, Solresol faces considerable problems in categorizing the real world around it sensibly.
SOLRESOL: An English-Solresol Dictionary This copy of the Solresol dictionary began with a version sent to me by Greg Baker. I HTMLised it, and converted the representation of Solresol notes to an unambiguous one. By construct, Solresol belongs to the short scale numbering systems as each scale number multiple of one thousand has a name (fasolsol [million], falala [billion], fasisi [trillion]).
It could be interesting to think about the bigger scale names. Solresol. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search.
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François SUDRE, who was born in Albi and died in Paris in , invented a very simple language in order to eliminate the need to study foreign languages. Solresol - Solresol, language; solrêsol - Solresol (used as an adjective, e.g. "A Solresol word"); linguistic "A Solresol word"); linguistic Because one may add an accent to any word in Solresol, many words can be difficult to concisely translate into English.