Who's That Yonder (2-4)

This version of 'Who's That Yonder' is great for:

  • Teaching 'do', 're' and 'mi' to older beginners.
  • Teaching 'ta', 'ti-ti' and 'sa' to older beginners.
  • Teaching 2/4 metre!
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Kodály Analysis:

Who's That Yonder (2-4) Theme: Religious Games:
Partner: Form: Song Type:
Scale: Tritonic CSP: E - C Age: Upper Primary - Lower Secondary
Tones: d finalis r m Rhythm: ; ;  
Melodic: m d ; d m ; m r d finalis
Prep: Tritonic,
MC: Tritonic, , r
Prac: Tritonic,


Source: My Mini Music Books by David Hooper

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Who's Dat Yonder This is a fantastic song for teaching the melodic elements 'do', 're' and 'mi' to older beginners.

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