A song about the syllable tones of the musical scale comes from which of these musical dramas?
A song about the syllable tones of the musical scale is found in the musical drama film "The Sound of Music" (1965). The "Do-Re-Mi" song is specifically used, and it is often applied to solfège or solmization, a system of learning musical scales. This is a 1959 une that was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the "Sound of Music".
"Do-Re-Mi" is used in the film's musical storyline and by Maria to teach the solfège of the major musical scale to the Von Trapp children who are learning to sing for the first time, even though their father had disallowed frivolity after their mother's death.