I discovered solresol with the whistled languages, since it includes a written musical base while whistling a language is a musical representation. Solresol can undoubtedly also be whistled, and in its construction, François Sudre has given it a universal dimension wider than that desired by all other built languages.
It is the Frenchman François Sudre, an Albigensian, who invents this language since 1817. The objective of François Sudre who is a musician and an inventor is to create a language that can be universal. He calls this language: Universal musical language. It is after his death that his work will take the name solresol. In Sudre's book, entitled "Langue musicale universelle" published in 1866, it is noted in the beginning that with his work approved by the Institut of France, that the blind, the deaf, the dumb and all the different peoples of the earth after only three months of study can be understood mutually, because this language is at once spoken, written, occult and dumb. "This language is formed of the seven signs of music whose universality can not be questioned, and it is not necessary to be a musician to learn it. It is spoken when we pronounce the notes: It is written when these same notes are drawn on the paper as below . It is silent, when the notes are indicated on the fingers that one shows. It is occult when the deaf-mute, by a slight pressure, makes them recognize to the blind with whom he wants to get in touch."