Ken (funkybassoon) wrote in conlangs,
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Solresol!

As a recently graduated music major and a linguaphile with a penchant for conlangs, I present to you:

SOLRESOL!
http://www.ptialaska.net/~srice/solresol/intro.htm

I'm interested if anyone has any experience with this language, or if they have ever even heard of it.

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  • (no subject)

    Hello, My name is Johnathan Palmer and I used to be a little involved on this journal years back. I have since finished my B.A. degree in Applied…

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