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Sunday, September 30, 2012


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Friday, September 28, 2012

#0005 do-re-fa-ti

It is possible for two people to communicate with out talking, seeing or listening.
do = left-hand pinky-finger/little finger
re = left-hand ring-finger
me = left-hand middle finger
fa = left-hand index finger
so = right-hand index finger
la = right-hand middle-finger
ti = right-hand ring-finger

Have both people sit at a table opposite of each other.
Have one person with their palms up, the other with their palms down.
Have one person cross their arms/hands.

Now both left-hand pinky-fingers, left-hand ring-fingers, etc are touching each other.

Now start talking so-re-so.

The right-hand pinky-finger could be used as a space or word spelling error signal.

This is also the format for using the number keys on a standard keyboard, if each finger was assinged to only one key. :)

Thursday, September 27, 2012


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My idea for a flag

The first one is the official images/symbols/colors for sol-re-sol.
I prefer the 2nd or 3rd. The reason being is that all the symbols can be made with one hand but in the first example \ can get confused with /, especially when you are watching some one else and it is reversed.
But this would change how Jean Francois Sudre envisioned it. See chart at end of article here. SOLRESOL, THE UNIVERSAL MUSICAL LANGUAGE by by PAUL COLLINS

I can live with the 4th or 5th one. Changing sol to so and si to ti, in my opinion, should be the only change, for now.
(Do you like how the do re me fa so la ti gradually move toward the top of each box).

Also, I am liking the following more and more

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


wikipedia Solresol
Flash Piano

do = No, not, nor
re = And
mi = Or
fa = At, to
so = If
la = The
ti = Yes, willingly