Ole Tar River

Syncopation, descending arpeggio So8\Mi\Do\La, with each staff ending on an eighth rest after whistling on pitch.

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  • Grade: Third
  • Origin: USA - Folk Song
  • Key: G Major
  • Time: 2/4
  • Form: rhythm: AAaA - pitches: ABCc
  • Rhythmintermediate: | ti ti ti ti | ti ti ri ti/ | syncopation, | ta ti ti ri | ti ti ti (ti) | ti ti ri ti ti |
  • Pitches: intermediate: So La Do Re Mi So - pentatonic scale
  • Intervalsintermediate: So/Do, Do/Mi, Do\La/Do, Mi/So8, So8\Mi\Do\La descending arpeggio, Do\So/Do
  • Musical Elements: notes: quarter, dotted eighth, eighth, sixteenth; rest: eighth, syncopation, arpeggio, all staves end with an eighth rest
  • Key Words: USA geography, North Carolina, Alabama, Southern USA, ole (old), parting, grieve, leave, sing, sorrow, dance, sometime, tomorrow; abbreviation: Car'lina (Carolina); contraction: I'll (I will)

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