A compilation of information about Solresol, the universal musical language

SolReSol: The Project developer

Introduce yourself to the Sidosi community
Hi everyone, my name is Phil and I have been fascinated with SolReSol since 2009 when I first heard about it, and was fascinated with its versatility.
I have a degree in Linguistics and my thesis was on representations of colors in English and French, so I was sure to include a chapter on SolReSol there to demonstrate the potential of SolReSol.
Now I'm working on SolReSol: The Project, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJBR9MEQa6Q
Its aim is to make the world aware of SolReSol, help memorize the vocabulary, and, most importantly, provide a clear visual and audio representation of the langauge.
Phil_Shary wrote: I have a degree in Linguistics and my thesis was on representations of colors in English and French, so I was sure to include a chapter on SolReSol there to demonstrate the potential of SolReSol.
As a linguist, what ideas do you have for Solresol? I know linguists tend to favor descriptivism, but an invented language is always open to prescriptions that improve it.
Well, there is one thread I created.

viewtopic.php?f=30&t=164&p=748#p748

I wouldn't call myself a traditional linguist who tends to theoretize too much - after all, my job is 98% of teaching and finding new solutions to optimizing this process and 2% of writing for academic journals. However, I can only dream of writing a paper on SolReSol for a high-profile journal as of now.
Phil_Shary wrote:However, I can only dream of writing a paper on SolReSol for a high-profile journal as of now.
I would have mixed feelings about attention from academia. While I would like people to know Solresol is still around, I don't need any more ridicule for my weird hobbies.
minlanire wrote:I know linguists tend to favor descriptivism
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Which is a huge problem for an invented language, especially an auxiliary one.