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Woodbury, I. B. (Issac Baker), 1819-1858 (ed.) / The new lute of Zion: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of congregations generally, but more especially the Methodist Episcopal Church
(c1856)

The music teacher,   pp. [III]-XXXVIII


Page IX

THE MUSIC 
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Hark !thebid saesinging sweet-ly,  La la   la la   is la   I&   I&.
NO. 5,-ROUwN. 
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O'er the lawn we gay - ly  stroll a - Iong, Yes! yesI  o'er the  lawn. 
No.               ..-ROUN. 
While you live do good;   Yes, yes   , y, for all will  love you  the. 
N o 7.-Ro[ND. 
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/   Springis coming, Oh! I long    To   hear the merry birds, so sweet and
joyous. 
NOTE.-T  t e abe exercises the observant teaeher will notice that we have
left off 
on different notes o the scale, also one or two simple skips are introduced.
This irreg. 
ularity we consider not necessary to avoid, as the pupil will find no difficulty
in per, 
forming them. 
LESSON  IV. 
BASE CLEF. 
1. WrAT clef is used entirely for mnle voices? Answer. Base Clef. 
2. On what dgree of the staff is it written? A. On the fourth line. 
. Oi what line is tbe treble or G clef placed?  A, On the second 
line. 
4. Where is C on the treble staff? A. On the first line below, or on 
the third space. 
6. Where is C with the base clef? A. On the second space. 
1. HoW many sounds has the diatoi 
eighth being but a duplicate of the ft. 
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