W14 Music 160 Week 1 Lesson 4

W14 Music 160 Week 1 Lesson 4 - January9,2014 Administra?on...

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Hearing an Earlier America through Ballads and Sacred Harp Singing January 9, 2014
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Administra?on Is a course website, where you can fnd the course syllabus hDps://catalyst.uw.edu/workspace/csunardi/ 17871/
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Re: Add codes This class is nearly full. Please see David Aarons aQer class or email him about ge±ng on the wait list. [email protected]
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Listening Chart Posted to the course website I strongly recommend that you fll in a listening chart For each listening example we cover in class ±ill in as much as you can with what you know at the ?me that you listen to the song and/or what aspects were covered in class These are For you, to help you take notes on the listening examples, which will help Focus your listening I will not be collec?ng them
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“John Henry” (E‐reserves Unit 1) African‐American ballad “John Henry” the ballad believed to have emerged around 1870 in the mountains of West Virginia
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“John Henry” (E‐reserves Unit 1) Verse 1 Well, every Monday mornin’, When the bluebirds begin to sing, You can hear those hammers a mile or more, You can hear John Henry’s hammer ring, O Lordy! Hear John Henry’s hammer ring. Verse 2 John Henry told his old lady, “Will you fx my supper soon? Got ninety miles o’track I’ve got to line, Got to line it by the light oF the moon, O Lordy! Line it by the light o’ the moon.”
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Verse 3 John Henry had a liDle baby, He could hold him out in his hand; Well, the last word I heard that po’ child say, “My daddy is a steel‐drivin’ man, O Lordy!
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