Intermediate syncopation stepping and skipping up and down the staff, including two tonic arpeggios, I6 (F6): Do/Mi/So/La.
- Grade: Fifth
- Origin: Scotland, United Kingdom – Folk Song (1841)
- Key: F Major
- Time: 4/4
- Form: through composed*
- Rhythm: intermediate: | ta ti/ ri ta ti/ ri | syncopation, | ta ti/ ri ta ti ti | syncopation,
| ta/a ta/ ti | syncopation, | ti ti ti ti ta ti/ ri | syncopation, | ta/a ta ta |
- Pitches: intermediate: So La Ti Do Re Mi Fa So La
- Intervals: intermediate: So/Do (P4), Do\La (m3), Do/Mi/So/La8 ascending tonic arpeggio w/6th
(I6, F6), So8\Mi (m3), Mi/So8 (m3), So/Ti (M3)
- Musical Elements: notes: half. dotted quarter, quarter, dotted eighth, eighth, sixteenth; pickup beat, syncopation on the fourth quarter of the second and fourth beats (uh of 2, uh of 4)
- Key Words: world geography: Loch Lomond**, Scotland, Highland Boundary Fault (separating the lowland from the highland), Great Britain, freshwater loch (lake), high road, low road; Old English: afore (before), ye (you) , bonnie (pretty); contractions: ye’ll (you will), I’ll (I will)
- Recorder: intermediate: syncopation on the fourth quarter of the second and fourth beats (uh of 2, uh of 4), ascending tonic arpeggio w/6th (I6, F6), excellent practice moving up and down the staff by steps and skips
*Only the chorus is represented here.
** Lomond: large freshwater lake containing many islands.