A compilation of information about Solresol, the universal musical language

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I suppose, that many readers can’t understand this text because of strange capitalizations and strokes above. I prefer another form of writing (“spelling”). My propose: doredô — in the time of . Words from mimiredo to mimisolsi describe spatial relations. Maybe we can also use conjunction milalami —...
I suppose, that the poem is understable, but you didn’t give to us, simple workers with many tasks, more time.
dore misiresol, mire la lâfala solsidôla faremi falafa, mimidomi domi do dodo remila doredo dosidôre mido dorre, mifa faremi lla resôlsire sirefâmi lala famisol miresolffa lamilâsol.
I wrote something about this word:
Due to post about word doremire (http://www.sidosi.org/community/viewtopic.php?f=26&p=918#p918) I have remembered one problem of Solresol, i. e.: in accordance with the book of 1866, emphasis of note (syllable) sometimes is used as a mean of creation of new words for new concepts (not for another pa...
solsi! misolfafâ ladosi “lasirela” (‘net’) re dore dodo solmila dosi ladosi: “fâlamila”. dore dodo faremi lamisire mila resisolrê ‘Shido’. Fami lasirela faremi sîfalasi solresôlmi mido domîladdo falamî la solresol!
This is very strange.
Some links:

English translation
Page with French book of Sudre(this book contains full vocabulary of Solresol)
Book of Gajewski in French
dorela solsifâsi solsol faremi misîsol mido sirre mîsolredo!

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