Let's play a melody in major key
You have learned about the music in major and minor in the previous lesson. Today, let's try to play the melody of the "Mary had a little lamb" song in major. You have a virtual xylophone below.
Now, you can see the other kind of names of the notes written by alphabets on this movie and the virtual xylophone.
Names of the notes in the Alphabet is what musicians call musical notation or ABC notation. These are the common letter names for specific note frequencies and where they fit on the staff. Do re mi are solfege notes which help train ears to better hear pitch relationships and intervals.
In case if you are familiar to use Do Re Mi, just convert like below so far;
Do=C, Re=D, Mi=E, Fa=F, So(Sol)=G, La=A, Ti(Si)=B
*C means the C on the left side colored by violet for this song.