[n/m/ng] (word/sentence separator)
Black | A | Left Pinky Finger
Dark-Blue | A-Sharp/B-Flat | Left Ring Finger
Purple/Violet | B | Left Middle Finger
Brown/Dark-Red | B-Sharp/C-Flat | Left Index Finger
Red | D | Left Thumb
Orange | D-Sharp/E-Flat | Right Thumb
Gold/Dark-Yellow | F | Right Index Finger
Yellow | F-Sharp/G-Flat | Right Middle Finger
Gray/Silver | G | Right Ring Finger
White| G-Sharp/G-Flat | Right Pinky Finger
Struthiomimus wrote:Hey arpee,
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(dola falare lamilasi larelaffa mido lamire dosoldola solresol)
Your system looks interesting. I like how it incorporates both hands on a piano...I don't get what the syllables in brackets refer to, e.g. [ki/gi/ti/si/ke/ge/te/se]...can you explain?
Struthiomimus wrote:*Also emphasis matters...for four-syllable words, emphasis on the first syllable denotes the noun, on the second, an agent carrying out the verb’s action, on the third, an adjective and on the final syllable, an adverb. There are parallels to Esperanto...
Domifare (no accent) = to live (vivi)
Do’mifare = life (vivo)
Domi’fare = one who lives (vivanto)
Domifa’re = live (adj.) (viva)
Domifare’ = lively (vive)
I see you don't mark any.Struthiomimus wrote:Dore mimi lamire dosoldola Solresol solfa dore do fasifa lamisol la Solresol mire dore dodo sidosi misisido. Misolsolsi, redo solsimire solsifasi: dore solsimisol mire solresol resolsido familasi. Mimidore, sido solsifasol familasi? Dore do sollasire mimidore dore solsimisol mire mirelala, dola (re milalami dore mirefado “dola”, dore fasifa mirefado “dore” ) falare lamilasi lla laredore lasi la resisolre lasi Solresol, mi laremila (sol), domisolsisol (re), laremila (sol). Re lamilasi la mirefado lasi la familasi franse. Midodosi la dosido lasi Renaçido, dorre famisol fami.
Renaçido wrote:I see you don't mark any.
Renaçido wrote:->How much is available to learn it?
Struthiomimus wrote:There's a copy of Sudre's work available online now. It can be found here:
Renaçido wrote:->Specially wondering about word usage, are there any long texts?
Renaçido wrote:Since the author didn't seem to know much about language, I suppose there was some massive transfer from French.
Renaçido wrote:->And most importantly: what the heck are its strategies to derivate words and express complex concepts? With merely 7 phonemes and a maximum of 4 syllables per word I smell some dirty compounding there.
7 + 7P2 + 7P3 + 7P4 = 1099 words.
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