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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


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THE MUSIC 
5. Which form of the minor scale is now generally used?  A. The Har- 
monic. 
6. Why?    A. Because every note of the scale is susceptible of natural 
harmonies. 
7. What is the relative minor to A major?  A. F4 minor. 
8. To E major?    A. C4 minor. 
9. To F major? A. D minor. 
10. To B2 major? A. G minor. 
11. To E2 major? A. C minor. 
12. To A  major ? A. F minor. 
Practice tunes in all the minor scales. 
Here we have all the minor scales at one view. 
No. 1.-A MINon, relative to C Major. E MINOn, relative to G Major. 
THE WAR DRUMS ARE B£ 
ALLEGRO SPIRITOSO. 
1. The war-drums are beat-ing, Up, sol-diers, and fight! The des - pot  
In -ten 
2. The elar - ion  is  sound-ing, From in - land to sho e! Your sword and
you 
3. March forth to  the bat - tle, All fear - less and calm, The strength
of your E 
4. Strike deep and un - err - ing, Nor dare to re - treat. Thio' thiousqnds
by the 
5. Go forth in    the path-way Your fore -lath - ers trod! Ye, too, fight
for fi' 
8. Not chains for the  ty - rant, For chains ar in  vain  He's planning all
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