Introducing the sharped 4th (Fi), the sharped 5th (Si), the flat 7th (Te), with running eight notes, and arpeggios.
- Grade: Third
- Origin: words: William Jerome – music: Jean Schwartz
- Key: C Major
- Time: 6/8
- Form: AB
- Rhythm: intermediate: | ti ti ti ti ti ti | running eighth notes, |ta/a ti | ta/a (ti) |
- Pitches: advanced: Do Re Mi Fa Fi So Si La Te Ti Do Re – raised 4th (Fi), 5th (Si); lowered 7th (Te)
- Intervals: advanced: La\Mi, La\Re, So\Do, Re/Fi/La/Do (DM7) ascending arpeggio, La/Do, La/Re, Te\La, La\Si/La, Do\La, So\Mi, Re\Ti\So descending dominate arpeggio, So/Do
- Musical Elements: notes: dotted quarter, quarter, eighth; rest: eighth, running eighth notes, sharp 4th, sharp 5th, flat 7th (Fi, Si, Te), tied notes
- Key Words: nursery rhymes, diddle, cat, fiddle, cow, moon, old mother Hubbard, cupboard, cheese, spoon, Little Jack Horner, corner, wheat, fist, wrist, feet
William Jerome (William Jerome Flannery, (September 30, 1865 – June 25, 1932) was an American songwriter, born in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York of Irish immigrant parents.
Jean Schwartz (November 4, 1878 – November 30, 1956) was a Hungarian-born American songwriter.