Young Man Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn, The

Minor tonality, beginning syncopation, and mezzo forte help teach character education.

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  • Grade: Grade
  • Origin: USA - Traditional
  • Key: E minor (pitched in G Major)
  • Time: 4/4
  • Form: through composed
  • Rhythmbeginners: | ta ti ti ta ti ti | ti ti ta ta ta | | ti ti ta ta (ti) ti | syncopation, | ta ta ta/a | | ta ta ta ta |
  • Pitchesbeginners: So La Do Re Mi So -  pentatonic scale pitches
  • Intervals: intermediate: m3: Do\La, Mi/So8\Mi;
    P4
    : So/Do; P5Mi\La/Mi
  • Musical Elements: notes: half, quarter, eighth; rest: eighth; pickup beat; minor tonality, dynamics: mezzo forte/medium loud, syncopation
  • Key Words: USA courting song, character education, responsibility, farming, planting crops, earth science, hoe corn, reason, peeped, weeds, grass, chin, sigh, neighbor, miss, marry me, wed, corn bread, single (miss), remain, lazy, maintain; contractions: can't (cannot), I'll (I will), it's (it is); hyphenated: a-wanting; possessives: man's, neighbor's

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