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- 莎莎Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
高大一的手勢圖: 依序為Do-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La-Si-Do(左到右, 音高上升)Low Do是從身體中央的位置, 大約在腰部! 依照音高的上升, 手的位子也漸漸上升, 直到High Do時, 手的位置是在與眼睛平行處以下為圖片與英文解說...請你參考看看The Kodaly approach emphasizes the importance of learning how to sing on pitch. In the 18th century, John Spencer Curwen drew upon an earlier music teaching system known as Norwich Sol-fa, which had been devised by Sarah Glover, and developed hand signs to go with the solfege syllables (do re mi, etc.). Kodaly integrated these hand signs into his teaching methods.Hand signs are a way of giving a physical placement for a vocal pitch. The low "do" begins at your midsection. Each pitch is then above the previous one. Thus, you have the hand signs going up when the pitch goes up. The upper "do" is at eye level.
- 1 decade ago
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