Lone Star Trail

Mastering the intervals of the tonic chord. How does adding the passing tones Fa (4th) and the Re (2nd) to the end change the feeling of the tune.

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  • Grade: Second
  • Origin: USA - American Cowboy Song
  • Key: G Major
  • Time: 2/4
  • Form: ABbC
  • Rhythmbeginners: | ti ti ti ti | ta ta | ta ti ti | ta/a |
  • Pitchesbeginners: So Do Re Mi Fa So - adding the 4th (Fa) to the pentatonic scale
  • Intervalsintermediate: So/Do, Do/Mi, Mi\So, Do/Mi/So ascending tonic arpeggio, So\So descending dominate octave skip
  • Musical Elements: notes: half, quarter, eighth; pickup beat, tied note, descending octave skip, ascending tonic arpeggio
  • Key Words: cowboy life, western, Texas, Lone Star State, Lone Star Trail, trail, punching cattle, yippy, daylight, moon, shining, bright, bacon, beans, prairie, hay, cowboy food; abbreviations: morn (morning), punchin' (punching); contraction: wouldn't (would not)

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