0:00 Start  1:34 How has the book, "The Solfeggio Tradition", been received? 6:43 Italian solfeggio explained in 4 minutes  11:41 Should children delay singing solfeggio until their voice has broken?  14:15 Did 18th-century plainsong sound more like galant music rather than medieval music?  16:10 What about Palestrina?  19:35 An example of a lesson in Italian solfeggio  22:33 How do you learn to accompany a melody line by sight with the correct harmony?  28:00 How do you follow the rules of counterpoint when switching between hexachords?  32:33 How do you know when there is a change of syllable vs a continuation of a melisma?  34:57 Does the appoggiatura take the target note's syllable or have its own?  36:20 Up 4th Down 5th Bass Motion in Italian Solfeggio  37:19 Mozart improvisation solfeggio lesson (K. 545)  41:19 Notation is the curse of the modern musician  48:02 Did Mozart know Italian solfeggio?  51:10 Why did the Germans complain about the Italians keeping solfeggio as a trade secret?  53:11 Were violinists like Paganini, Corelli and Vivaldi familiar with Italian solfeggio?  57:11 Did the Italian Maestros abandon teaching solfeggio syllables if the students struggled with pitch?  59:11 Did Italian solfeggio completely die out in the 19th-century?  1:00:49 Did Italian musicians think of the bass in terms of solfeggio syllables?  1:05:56 What was the 18th-century Italian understanding of Keys and Tonality?  1:09:02 What are good solfeggio manuscripts to practice to with and how much proportion of time is spent worrying about syllable placement vs actual singing?  1:12:10 Do we have access to 18th-century plainchant that doesn't sound like medieval music?  1:17:19 Is there any value to practicing solfeggi exercises with "Ah" even if we don't know which syllables to use?  1:18:45 What are your favorite solfeggi collections?  1:19:46 What's your opinion on Johann Fux and his method of teaching counterpoint?  1:21:19 What do you think of Nicola Sala's counterpoint treatise?  1:22:39 How does your solfeggio expertise inform the way you would teach partimento?  1:25:08 Are those manuals of singing by maestros who changed to Fixed Do still useful for learning diminution?  1:25:57 What's the state of Italian solfeggio research today?

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