The origins of Solfege were conceived by the Italian monk Guido d’Arezzo and are now being developed to nurture the overall fundamentals of music.
The reason Solfege was born was that when music wasn’t written in the way it is today, there was a need for a way for monks to learn chant efficiently.
Solfege is basic training in learning Western music to understand and read music.
To put it simply, Solfege looks at the music, sings, and rhythms with Doremi, and develops the heart and rhythm of singing. Reading ability is also called Solfege ability.
As the ability of Solfege increases, you will be able to imagine any song at the head, even if you are looking at music scores for the first time, and you will be able to listen and see at first glance.