Good-Bye My Riley O
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Tonic and dominant arpeggios and a dominant octave skip in the pentatonic scale make African American History fun!
Georgia Sea Island Singers: formed in the early 1900’s, African Americans performing songs of the Gullah culture – low country region of South Carolina and Georgia, which includes both the coastal plain and the Sea Islands.
Riley is thought to have been a slave owner who treated his slaves well and was missed when he traveled from his plantation.
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