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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 find 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 geRng on the wait list. [email protected]
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Listening Chart Posted to the course website I strongly recommend that you fill in a listening chart for each listening example we cover in class Fill 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 fix 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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