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In Pitch Hill, each solfege note is a character with his or her own story. For example, Do is a boxer and loves to box. He wears special head gear and boxing gloves to protect him so when we sing the note that is Do, we show our hands like boxing gloves. Do is very strong and will catch Re if she falls off the roof - and that story leads to the Re hand sign.

The stories provide a way to remember the corresponding hand sign as well as help explain the relationship between individual pitches. Though the system is enhanced by technologies available in many schools such as iPads, IWB, etc., it can also be taught using a simple chalkboard. The Pitch Hill method was created to overcome the challenge of teaching solfege notes by engaging visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning modalities as well as captivating students with wonderful storytelling.

This approach is also appropriate for teaching things such as scales, pentatonic scales, melody, pitch, singing, and harmony and is appropriate for people following Kodaly, Orff, or any other method of music education.

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