Solresol is an artificial language, devised by a Frenchman, François Sudre, beginning in 1827. He published his major book on it, Langue musicale universelle, in 1866, though he had already been publicizing it for some years. Solresol enjoyed a brief spell of popularity, reaching its pinnacle with Boleslas Gajewski's 1902 publication of Grammaire du Solresol
hello wel I am back from a wonderful trip we hade a great holliday we visited many countries
and seen a lot, now I am trying to get back there are so much things to do and so much things to read ..
I am so glad I got some things done before I went away , this is the last page for the FAF swap
it is for Francoise .....
I hope she likes it ,it is on a background of black felt handdeyed paper and then wool felted on it little pieces of paper and cords
it wil be on your way next week Francoise >>>>>>>
I have to read a lot of blogs you all did a lot of work and a lot of writing
I hade a great time but I am also happy to be back