What does music notes do, re, mi, fa, la, so, ti, do mean?

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These music notes are part of a 'solfage'. Solfage is a way of remembering the tone and position of the note in the scale it is in. It denotes a shift in tonality.
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Solfège, also called solfeggio, sol-fa, solfa or tonic sol-fa is a pedagogical solmisation technique for the teaching of sight-singing in which each note ...
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