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Sing Ivy



Introducing the dotted quarter, the descending dominant octave skip (so\so), while learning farming vocabulary from England.

  • Grade: Second
  • Origin: England – Traditional
  • Key: F Major
  • Time: 6/8
  • Form: ABAC
  • Rhythmintermediate: | ti ti ti ti ti ti | ti ti ti ta ti | ta ti ti ti | ta/ ta ti |
  • Pitchesintermediate: so ti do re mi fa so
  • Intervals: intermediate: so/do, do/mi, do/so, so\mi, so\so descending dominant octave skip
  • Musical Elements: notes: dotted quarter, quarter, eighth; pickup beat, octave skip
  • Key Words: world geography, earth science, England farming, holly, whistle, ivy, ploughed, morning, rams horn, sowed, peppercorn, bramble brush, reaped, penknife, barn, threshed, goose quill, mill, miller; contraction: he’d (he would)

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