John B. Sails

Advanced syncopation, mastering So/Mi (M6), and a raised/sharped supertonic (2, Ri).

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  • Grade: Fifth
  • Origin: Bahama Island, Nassau Folk Song
  • Key: G Major
  • Time: 4/4
  • Form: AB - verse/chorus
  • Rhythmadvanced: | ti ta ti ta ta | syncopation, | ta/a (ta) ta | ta/ ta ti ta | syncopation, | ta/a ti ta/ | syncopation, | ta/a ti ti ta | ta/a/a/a | ta (ti) ta ti ta | syncopation, | (ta) ti ta ti ta | syncopation, | (ta/a) ta ta | ta ti ta ta/ | syncopation, | (ta/a) (ta) ta | ta/a (ta/a) | ta/ ta ti ta | syncopation, | ti ta ti ti ti ta | syncopation, | (ta) (ti) ta/ ta | syncopation
  • Pitchesintermediate: So La Ti Do Re Ri Mi Fa So - raised/sharp supertonic (2, Ri)
  • Intervalsintermediate: So/Mi (M6), Mi\So (M6), Re\So (P5), Mi\Ri/Mi (m2), Mi\Do (M3)
  • Musical Elements: notes: whole, half, dotted quarter, quarter, eighth; rests: half, quarter, eighth; pickup beat, two double barlines, syncopation, tied notes, vocal slur; verse/chorus
  • Key Words: world geography: Bahama Islands, Nassau Town; sloop (boat), grandfather, roam, sights, breakup, hoist, ashore, drunk, first mate, broke, constable, sheriff, John Stone, cook, caught, fits, throw, grits, worst; contractions: I've (I have) abbreviations: walkin' (walking), seein' (seeing), mains'l (main sail), capt'n (captain) possessive: people's
  • Recorderadvanced: introducing F# and A#
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