In rehearsal, as well as personal practice time, Solfege is beneficial in many ways:
• It helps a musician to develop proficiency in recognizing interval relationships between notes.
• It allows musicians to read music without having ever heard the piece before.
• It can help musicians to learn their part away from an accompanying instrument.
• It can help musicians to identify the relationship between two harmonic parts.
• In sum, learning Solfege can help us to develop the skills necessary to become independent musicians who can perform and compose at will due to an understanding of the underlying structures in music.