Oh My No More Pie

 
Oh My No More Pie
 
  • This humorous song only uses notes from the minor triad - l, d m
  • A great song for call and response, each line is repeated. The teacher, individual students or small groups can sing the 'call' echoed by the rest of the class.
  • The simple melody lends itself to word/rhythm improvisation, e.g. 'Hello Daniel, where's your spaniel?' or 'I like blue, so do you'.
Kodály Analysis:
Oh My No More Pie Theme: Food and Drink Games: Word Improvisation
Partner: Form: Call & Response Song Type:
Scale: Tritonic CSP: G - C Age: Middle Primary - Lower Secondary
Tones: l low finalis d m Rhythm: ; ;  
Melodic: m d l low finalis ; l low m
Prep: Tritonic, , l low
MC:
Prac: Tritonic, , l low

 
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Oh My No More Pie

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