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Steps to Successful Sight Singing
Step 1 Look at music markings for tempo, time signature and key signature
Step 2 Lightly clap the rhythm
Step 3 Look at intervals – use solfege to help with leaps Do Do-Re Do-Mi Do-Fa Do-So Do-La Do-Ti Do-Do
Step 4 Put solfege with the rhythm
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