Hello! How Are You?

  • The song 'Hello! How Are You?' has lyrics added to a short 6 part Classical canon composed by Johann Staden (1579-1634).
  • In this version, the original song has been transformed from harmonic minor to Major.
  • This song can be used to learn names. Students can sing their name at the end of the song to so-mi or make up a melody of their own.
  • The rhythmic element 'tum-ti' can be taught with this song.
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Kodály Analysis:

Hello! How Are You? Theme: Greeting/Farewell Games: Learning Names
Partner: Form: Strophic Song Type: 4 or more Part Harmony
Scale: Major CSP: F Age: Middle Primary - Lower Secondary
Tones: s low ti low d finalis r m f s Rhythm: ; ; ; ; ;  
Melodic: d s low ; s low m ; m d ; d ti low d ; d r m ; r s ; s m ; m f s ; s r d finalis



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