Introducing the raised 5th (Si) in a minor tonality.
- Grade: Kindergarten
- Origin: England – Nursery Rhyme
- Key: G minor – pitched in B flat Major
- Time: 4/4
- Form: ABCA
- Rhythm: advanced: | ti/ ri ta ti ta ti | syncopation,
| ta ti ti ta/ ti | syncopation, | ti ri ti ti ti ta/ ti | syncopation, | ti ti ti ti ta | ti/ ri ti ti ti ta ti | syncopation | ti ti ti ti ta (ta) |
- Pitches: advanced: Mi Si La Ti Do Re Mi Fa – raised dominant (F#, Si)
- Intervals: advanced: Mi/La, La/Do, Do/Mi, Mi8\Do, Do/Fa, Fa\Re, Ti\Mi, La\Si/La
- Musical Elements: notes: quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, dotted eighth, sixteenth, pickup beat, raised 5th (Si), minor tonality, raised dominant imitates the feeling of ending in G Major (happy)
- Key Words: world geography: England; family, raising children, broth, bread, wrapped, soundly, bed, family members, spooky, Halloween, All Hallows Eve, sad songs
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do;
She gave them some broth without any bread,
Then whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.