• Chris Caton-Greasley

Performance Level 1: Go Tell Aunt Rhody

Updated: Jul 26, 2021

Go Tell Aunt Rhody is a folk song of American origin from the nineteenth century. The song is much older originating as a Gavotte in an Opera from 1752 called Le devin du village (The Village Soothsayer) by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The theme can be found on page 72 of the music which can be viewed on IMSLP or via this link.


 

Does your music look like this? Click the image to go to the junior program.

 




Requirements

  • Keyboard with full size keys, digital piano, studio piano or an acoustic piano (Link: Explanation).

Learning Objectives


The learning objective sets the reasons for learning this piece. It does not cover all reasons, only the most important ones.


Interpretation

  • Play in 4 beats per bar

  • Play using piano and forte

  • Play using staccato and legato

Performance Skills

  • Keep the beat

  • Don't stop

  • Introduce a performance

Demonstration Video



2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Use the rhythm cards below to learn the level 1 rhythms. Aim to play each rhythm with a metronome starting at 60 beats per minute increasing by up to 5 beats per minutes every time you get it right.