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I Jing-a-ling



Advanced syncopation sung and played, with a raised/sharp tonic (di).

  • Grade: Second
  • Origin: USA, Georgia – Folk Song
  • Key: G Major
  • Time: 2/4
  • Form: ABAC
  • Rhythmadvanced: | ti/ ri ta  | ti ri ti ri ti ti | ti ti ti ti | ti ri (ri) ri ti ti |
  • Pitchesintermediate: so la ti do di re mi – raised/sharp tonic (di)
  • Intervals: intermediate: do\la, so/re, re\di/re (m2), mi\do, so/do, do/mi
  • Musical Elements: notes: dotted eighth, eighth, sixteenth; rest: sixteenth; pickup beat, syncopation, raised tonic (di), melodic rhythm patterns, moving/playing syncopated rhythms; note: excellent for reviewing common rhythm instruments: how they are played and the sounds they make
  • Key Words: USA geography: Georgia; drumming, snapping, and shaking rhythm instruments

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