The ability to sight-sing is undoubtedly one of the most overlooked musical skills. This is based on the fact that musicians must look ahead in the music and process those notes before they are played. In short, young musicians need to take a screenshot of the notated music in their mind and have the ability to hear what the piece may sound like in their mind before playing the notes.
At TrebleMakers, we learn how to sight-sing using solfege; assign different syllables to each note (do, re, mi). Sight-reading combines sight-reading, singing skills and short-term memory skills together.