Auld Lang Syne

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  • Grade: Fifth (5)
  • Origin: Words: Robert Burns (1788), Scots poem, Scotland
  • Key: F Major
  • Time: 4/4
  • Form: ABCB
  • Rhythm: intermediate: | ta/ ti ta ta |syncopation, | ta/ ti ta ti ti | syncopation | ta/a/a ta |
  • Pitches: advanced: So La Do Re Mi So La Do
  • Intervals: intermediate: So/Do/Mi ascending inverted tonic arpeggio, Do/Mi/So ascending tonic arpeggio, So\Mi\Do descending tonic arpeggio, Do\La (m3), Do/La (M6), Re/La (P5), La/Do (m3)
  • Musical Elements: notes: dotted half, dotted quarter, quarter, eighth; rests: none; dotted rhythms, syncopation, pickup beat, vocal slurs, extended range
  • Key Words: Scottish poem, Scotland, traditional folk tune, bidding farewell, ending for occasions, multiple  meanings for “auld lang syne”: “long long ago”, “for the sake of old times,”  auld, acquaintance, brought, brought to mind, syne, yet

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