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Please help me to identify the do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do notes.Maria's Answer:Get started to learn how to read notes with these pages:First learn about musical pitch: Music PitchThen here are two pages with lots of tips and tricks on how to learn and practice to quickly identify notenames, both with alphabetic names (ABCDEFG) and syllable names( DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI):
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