A compilation of information about Solresol, the universal musical language

I use carons.

Faresiḟa", "Solmisolľa", "Misolreďo"
Perfect! :D
Now we can write in "real" Solresol script!!1

(well, COULD. if the mysql server accepted shaw characters...)
Could you explain these? I don't know anything about Inuktitut. These are the 'Solresol syllables' of Inuktitut. Of course, their sound values don't match always the Solresol values, that's why I added the correct pronounciation to the characters ᑐ, ᓱ and ᑎ. As you may notice, ᑎ (ti) is the same as...
Hmmm...and yet I only see boxes (both in your post and on the Wiki page). Holy egg shells, Batman! My comp is only about 5 years old and I'm using Windows...so I dunno what's up. :? Make sure that you have a Inuktitut unicode font installed. Here is the Inuktitut 'form': ᑐ do [to] ᕂ re ᒥ mi ᕙ fa ᓱ ...
First shot for a transcription guideline: do: dental consonants - d, t, th? re: velar consonants - r, g, k, h mi: nasals - n, m, ng fa: labial and bilabial - f, v, w, b, p sol: sibilants - s, z, sh la: liquids - l, (spanish r) si: ? maybe consonants like "sh" "ch" I like this idea. Edit: But how wo...