Oh Well You Walk

  • "Oh Well You Walk" (also known as "Walk and Stop") is a fun song that's useful for practising beat in different tempi.
  • Students can improvise new words and actions, e.g. stamp, creep, crawl, hop, run.
  • I use this song to walk younger students to and from class - practising beat all the way!
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Kodály Analysis:

Oh Well You Walk Theme: Exercise Games: Improvisation
Partner: Form: Song Type:
Scale: Tetratonic CSP: D - E Age: Early Childhood - Lower Primary
Tones: s low finalis l low d m Rhythm: ; ;  
Melodic: s low l low s low ; s low d ; d l low d ; d m ; d l low s low finalis
Prep: l low s low



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