In this sparkling new edition of Abracadabra Viola Book 1 you will find many features from the

original book, plus much more.

Just as in the first edition, familiar tunes and brand new pieces combine to make an inviting collection of music children

will want to play. As well as the variety and fun they provide, the pieces follow a detailed and careful progression plan designed to build a secure technique.

The great innovation of the new edition is that it is entirely compatible with the new editions of Abracadabra Violin and Abracadabra Cello. All share the same learning path and the same pieces. Mixed ensemble work can begin right from the start.

In addition, every item comes with a string accompaniment for another student, for the teacher, or for both. Play these in any combination with the pieces in the new Abracadabra Violin, Abracadabra Cello and Abracadabra Strings Piano Accompaniments books to make chamber music with friends and family.

While a book cannot replace a good teacher, who will demonstrate technical points better

than any text can, the brief notes

CD track numbers are the same as the pieces in the book. The recording offers students the following advantages:

• the viola and piano are recorded on separate channels - turn down or unplug one speaker to listen to either the viola or piano;

• the first part of all the duets is given on the recording - play along with the CD by performing the second duet part;

• the rounds are recorded twice. The first time, the round is played as a solo. In the second recording, the piano accompaniment continues, allowing students to play the second entry of the round to its conclusion;

• on track 13 you will hear Spinning wheel. Track 14 plays A stitch in time, followed by both pieces played as a duet;

• track 60 plays Kalinka. You will hear it played twice, the second time starting slowly and getting gradually faster;

• on tracks 84 and 85, where the viola plays the accompaniment, the violin can be heard playing the melody;

• for practice purposes, the following items have been recorded at both a slow arid a fast tempo: 4, 5, 6, 12, 22, 25, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 41, 42, 44, 67, 70, 76, 81, 84, 88;

• to give help with tuning, the note A is sounded twice on the piano at the beginning of the recording.

Abracadabra

BOOK 1

SECOND EDITION

Fully revised and expanded

Peter Davey with Christopher Hussey

A & C Black • London

Second edition 2002 Reprinted 2003

A&C Black Publishers Ltd

37 Soho Square, London W1D 3QZ

© 2002, 1988 A&C Black Publishers Ltd Book ISBN 0 713663111

Book/CD ISBN 0 7136 6310 3

Technical diagrams by Kanako Damerum and Yuzuru Takasaki

Illustrations by Paul Parks

Cover illustration by Dee Shulman Design by Jocelyn Lucas

Music setting by Christopher Hussey and Jeanne Fisher Edited by Christopher Hussey and Jane Sebba

step 1
III Ii J i 1 Pizzon D
0 pizz, 2 Pizz A pizza!
<:>
III 3 Bobby Shafto
0 step :2
III 4i ~d~ 4 When the saints go
marching in
orco r1 Si:J ~ 5 Supercalifragilistic-
expialidocious
6 A-tisket, a-tasket
V 7 Little playmates
8 Mobile phone
+ 9 Fiddle fanfare
step 3
11K e 10 A friend in DEED

1 :11 11 One finger dance
-e-
11K 12 Eee-abba-dabba-dee!
13 Spinning wheel
11K e 14 A stitch in time Photocopying prohibited

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means - photographic, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping or information storage and retrieval systems - without the prior permission in writing of the publishers.

A&C Black uses paper produced with elemental chlorine-free pulp, harvested from managed sustainable forests.

Printed by Caligraving Ltd, Thetford, Norfolk

D.C. al Fine 23 Au clair de lo lune

24 Twinkle, twinkle little bow

V r1

III iF I r

25 Miss Mary Mac

26 The song that never stops 27 Whistle while you work

step 6

11K .! e ~ 28 Secret agents D.S. 29 Little bird

o s.b. 30 Summer shine

31 Halfway down the stairs 32 Old MacDonald

G major scale

2 3 step 7

#.0. -e-::m:t;: 33 Brown bread

11K ~

4
step 4 11K <:>
15 Frere Jacques
16 Welsh lullaby (Suo-gan)
17 Windmill song
18 Hot cross buns
19 Merrily we roll along 2

11K U·! ostinato

#

3

11K e

step 5

20 Pease pudding hot 21 Clown dance n:-:------l[2:- II: :11 22 Road monsters

34 Big Ben

35 Turn the glasses over (a round) 36 Off to France in the morning

D major scale

step 8

37 Racing driver (a round) 38 Long, long ago

39 Odetojoy

~ 40 The way you look tonight 41 (Meet the) Flintstones

step 9

42 I came from Alabama 43 Morningtown ride

44 Troika

45 Daydreamer

step 10

J I 46 Roses from the South 47 Lavender's blue

48 Call of the carousel

slow fast step 11
J J Pf 49 We all stand together
50 Edelweiss
q 51 On top of Old Smokey
52 London's burning
(a round)
53 The hippopotamus song step 12
J f.b. 54 London Bridge
55 Tea for two
56 Stand by me
step 13
---=-- --=- 57 Skye boat song
58 Jupiter
59 Feed the birds

step 14
J . cresc. 60 Kalinka
. r
61 The old bazaar in Cairo
~ F mp mf / 62 Muck! (a round)
n n
J J 63 Waltz
-~-
V~V 64 Puff the magic dragon
F F
)J) 65 Dumplins step 15

g 66 Row, row, row your boat

(a round)

67 Pop! goes the weasel 68 Dance of the cuckoos

69 The shepherdess (a round) D major arpeggio

G major arpeggio

70 We're off to see the Wizard

2

11K ii

step 16

71 Egyptian snake dance 72 Shalom (a round)

73 Summer is icumen in (a round)

74 Part of your world

step 17

) 75 Short'nin' bread

76 What shall we do with the drunken sailor?

n 77 Winter wonderland 78 EastEnders

step 18
r-. 79 Happy birthday
80 Heigh-ho
81 The Addams family
82 The mocking bird
83 Chim chim cher-ee 2 3

step 19

o 1

11K 84 Ragamuffin's rag

U" -e- u e C major scale (two octaves)

C major arpeggio (two octaves) 85 Who will buy?

86 Beauty and the Beast

step 20

87 Barcarolle 88 Millennium

89 Watch out kookaburra! (a round)

rail. 90 Nocturne

Acknowledgements Index

Glossary

open strings

liB 0
I,
« )
-u-
C G D A Pluck your viola strings to play the tunes in step 1. This technique is called pizzicato, or plzz,

0 •
1 P,ZZ ~h D liB I)
CH/VSP
Play your part twice. D
You
pIZZ.
liB i r r I r r I r r I r r II



Piz zi co to, squashed to ma to.
Your teacher
liB #@ i E ~ C ~ r c ~ c ~
;j J I F I j J I F F

Piz - zi - ca - to D string, lis - ten to the sound ring.
S
liB #@ ~ r r c ~ c ~
C E ~ I r I J I F t II
j J J
Count - ing two in ev - 'ry bar, keep a stea - dy beat. 0 •
Pizz -1\ pizza! liB 0
CHllS
Play your part twice. A
You pizz.
liB i ~ ~ I ~ ~ I ~ ~ I ~ ~ II


Moz - za rei la, pizz A piz za!
Your teacher
liB #1# I pizz, qp
r· ~ I r r I r· p I F r I r I F r I r r I J J II

Chee - sy piz - za, Mar - ghe - ri - to, That's my fay - 'rite tea - time treat. You

pizz,

traditional
I ~ ~ I ~ ~
gone to sea oh,
I ~ ~ I r r II
on his knee - oh. r I r r
by Shaf - to's
r I r r
ver buck - les IIBi F

Bob

5

liB r

Sil

Your teacher pizz,

liS # I F r

.fl-

E J

I ~ I ( • E
EJ ( J J •
J
Sil - ver buck - les on his knee,_
( .fl- E r r
I ;J • I II
d
Bon - ny Bob - by Shaf - to.
Pizzicato is an Italian word,
meaning 'plucked'. Bob - by Shaf - to's
5
liB # F r E .fI-
J
He'll come back and gone to sea,_

E~

J

mar - ry

me, __

From now on, play all the tunes arco - with your bow - unless pizzicato is indicated. ~ marks a down-bow.

S(::) tells you to lift your bow in a circular motion to prepare for the next down-bow.

arco

Count i1

lift lift
S(::) i1 S(::) i1
- I J - I J •
0
liB traditional spiritual
')
G
lift lift
S(::) i1 S(::)
- I F - (pupil's part)

liB 112 3+4+11 J

6 lift lift lift
i1 S(::) i1 S(::) i1 S(::) i1
II! ~ - I ~ - I ~ - I ~ - II ~ is a crotchet rest. It tells you to remain silent for one beat.

Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman

lift

r1 ~ r1 ~ r1 ~

Supercali...

Even though the ...

9

, II

liB F '

IJ, IJ, IF'

If you say it ...

Supercali...

Su - per - ca - li - fra - gi - lis - tic - ex - pi - a - Ii - do - cious!

E - ven though the

6 .

liB ~# c-t t j Itt r t I r Fit t ttl r t r r I

sound of it is some - thing quite a - tro - cious,

If you say it loud e - nough, you'll

al - ways sound pre - co - cious. Su - per - ca - Ii - fra - gi - lis - tic - ex - pi - a - Ii - do - cious!

4 When the saints go marching in (teacher's part)

. ,

. .

' . • .....

orco

~J9

II r

Oh, when the saints

go march - ing in,

Oh, when the

4
liB # F J J J I j
saints go march - ing in, J~ J

J I J.

J~ J

r

I want to be

with - in that

FJ Ir

J

J

J

IJ

II

num - ber,_

When the saints go march - ing

in.

Count i1

words CH, music traditional

-

-

liB 11 2 3 4 + II r

6 ~ ~ i1 ~ i1 ~ i1 ~
i1 i1 ~ ~ ~ i1
II! ~ - I ~ - I l l I l ~ l II V 4 0 4
liB ~# I t 7 V II: r F r r F r I E E E IT r F F
l.A - tis - ket, a - tas - ket, There's some thing in my bas - ket, It
tas - ket, a - tis - ket, A choc - 'late or - ange bis - cuit, I'll 4

liB ## r r r r r r r r IrE Err

2.4

c:1 :11 r E Err r II

smells so sweet, it's good to eat, I'd bet you'd like to taste it. 2. A I don't want to waste it!

eat it now be - fore you can, 'Cos

V marks an up-bow.

The bowing n V n tells you to playa down-bow, an

up-bow and a down-bow, without lifting your bow off the string in between.

1 little pla",,"ate~ FXChwatal
i1 V i1 ~ i1 V i1 ~
liB 1 r r Ir - I ~ ~ I ~ -


5 V ~ i1 V i1
i1 i1 ~ ~ ~
liB r r I r - I I - II
11. 112. I

liB ~# I er jj' r r I E: r Cl r r I r r r r r r I r r r r: II r F r II

Count

liB i 1 2 +

i1

II J

v

J

words jS, music traditional
i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 S(:j
I J l I r l I J l
S(:j i1 S(:j i1
l I r l I J l II 6

i1

liB J

v

J

i1

IJ

V

7 P II u- [J I t1 j r r I r r r

6

My wife and I live all a - lone in a lit - tie log

c - I C • r
j j
hut we call our own. j j r I r

r C - I E • F II
J d
it on our mo - bile phone! If we need to call the world, then we text

+ tells you to use your left hand to pluck the open string.

CH

You

Play the crotchets ~ with a half bow. Play the minims j with a whole bow.

V i1 S(:j V

~ i1 r» i1 0
I'.. ,..
ll)oJ ""t r~ r~ - r~ r. -
I
_II~ ""t
I I I I
Your friend S(:j S(:j S(:j S(:j S(:j S(:j
i1 i1 i1 i1 i1 i1
II.,. ,..
U - ,. , ,. ,
II"' ,.. fi)o. fi)o. fi)o. fi)o.
II~ ""t , ,
"- I I I I I I 5

V

V

V

V

pizz.

~ i1 i1 i1 0 0 i1 +
II ••
I r. ".JI ,.
11""'1 fi)o.
II~
I I I I I I I I
i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 pIZZ.
0 0 +
II ••
I'i-I - ,. ,. , ,.
fi)o. fi)o. fi)o. __ *"
II~
"- I I I I I 10 +\ fr'ctld .. DEED
ttl CHllS
Play and sing this song with a friend.
It is like a conversation, in which you and your friend play question and answer phrases.
You
0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 S(J
i1
liB I r r I r r I r r r r I r -


D E E D, You're a friend in - deed.
Your friend
5 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 S(J
i1
liB F r I r r I r r r r I r -

AI - ways there to help when I'm in need.
Both
9 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0
i1
liB r r I r r I r r r r I r - II


SO we're friends to ge - ther, yes in - deed. Swung

118#1 F'~[lri c"!1 'Lot F:;f t I#[Jr

5

# ~. ~~~. E' ~~~. E' ~ ~. #~. ~

liB r l' :t 1 :t 11 j f I iF r

[:Ff 1 L- ID fT

3

In the second part of One finger dance the open strings D and A are played together - this is called double stopping.

PD

You

1

1

~ i1 • • ~ •
II •• ,. - ,.., ,..,
II~ ..... - ~ - - I-' I-' 0
lit'" 0
II~ .....
I I I I
Your friend V V
i1 i1 ~
a • • I':) • • I':) • • I':) •
11.-. ,.
.. , 0
II'" ,. ... 0
II~ ..... , CH

1

1
r If r r V r If r r
I I I r I I
A B B A, D A B B A, liB i r

E

9

liB r

Ifflrflr

Ir

II

D

E E, Fred and me,

Eee - ab - ba - dab - ba - dee!

1~ ~PthhthS W~ee'

1 V

liB I pre I pre I F

PD

rei r F p :11

Push tread - Ie, drive spin - die, Round goes the spin - ning wheel.

..

.....

"

. ,

CH

pizz. 1

liB i F J F J I F J F F I J £ J t I F J F t :11

Stitch in, stitch in, stitch in time, A stitch in

time saves nine.

Ostinato 1

arca

012

traditional French

I F r ~F-

11K #, i r r F F I r r F r I F r r
Fre - re Jac - ques, Fre - re Jac - ques, Dar - mez vous? I F r r

Dar - mez vous?

5

11K #, r r r r F r I r r r r F r I r J r

IF J F

II

Son - nez les ma - ti - nes! Son - nez les ma - ti - nes! Ding, dang, dong!

Ding, dang, dong!

Ostinato 2

Ostinato 3

012 0120

liB I F r #r F :11 liB I r r #c C :11

Fre - re Jae - ques

Fre - re Jae - ques

16

Wels~ Itlilaby (Suo-qdn)

traditional Welsh

You

2

~ 11 u u
II.' "" LI" - ,.... - ir» - L_
.I~~ ..JIlL r- _c
II""' ""
II~ "'t I
I I I
Your friend 1
t:) • • ? • • t:) o
1' _____ "" ~ r~
lUoI "'t
II,..,. ""
" I I 11

words CH, music PO

You

2

~ L.I. _jJ, • JII- • 11
11.- '" - L_ - ..___ - L_ --
,.. ,.. I" ·
- ,.. - ·
I~ _h
II~ "'t I I I
I
Sails go round, the corn is ground for flour in - side the wind - mill.
Your friend 2 2
u r: u
II.' "" - - - .L r~ ·
,.. - - - ,... - ,.. ·
I~ _h_
II~ "'t I I
" I I I I The next two pieces begin on F#, played with the 2nd finger. Make sure the F# is in tune before you start the piece. Climb up to it by playing 0 (open), then E (1st finger), then F# (2nd finger).

traditional

You

2

1

o

v

~ J..J. J..J.
II ... " ,. - .. -
IIJJ ... r. !- r_J
II
II~ ~
I I
Hot cross buns, hot cross buns,
Your friend i'1
J..J. J..J.
II ... " - .. • - , .
llJo- • !- •
IIYlo ""
II~ ~
" I I I 5

-: i'1 LL
II ... - - - -
IIJJ • • • • ~ ~ ~ ~ I-" U
11"'-"
II~
I
One a pen - ny, two a pen - ny, hot cross buns.
J..J.i'1 • • • ~- • 11.
II ... .. - ,u
IIJJ • ~
I'Y
II~
" I Look at the last bar in no. 19. Do you remember the name of this technique? (Look at no. 11.)

traditional

arca
2 1 0
II i #( I#E r E I # III ~
~ C r r r r IE:J
J
5 V I#r i'1 #r f
liB #E ~ E r r E I r r ~ I II
J J Swung pizz,

liS ## i 5:- $- #r-J ~

I b %' ti 0 I 5" !t tJ# I b r #r'i n I

5

2.() "Pea~e ptlddinS ~~t traditional
3
i"I i"I
liB I r r r I#r - I IT r r I#r -

Pease pud - ding hot, pease pud - ding cold.
S ~
i"I I#r
liB r r r r r I IT IT I r - : II


Pease pud - ding in the pot grow - ing mould! (arco)

liB #.1 t r r 4 r I t r r 4 t I Jar J I t erE t t #1

5 . pizz,

.. ~ +

11K #, t cr· ! . I J ff' .. J J I ~ n J r I t erE ~ : II

--- - r r _. (}. #0 - - - ---

2.1 C.1~wn dante

traditional French

Ask your friend to play the ostinato accompaniment on page 17.

i"I V V

s V
#C r
liB E F C I words CHjSR, music traditional Israeli

Count i1

liB I] 2 3 ~ II: F F r-

v V

IFF F Fir r #C E! I

Big red bus,

big red bus, an H. G. V. and a

5 11. 112. V
liB r r r r :11 r r r r II: F r r I F r r I

big red bus. A big red bus. A trac - tor, a trac - tor, a
9 11. 112. I
liB r r #r r I r r r r :11 r r r * II

road train and a big red bus. A big red bus. v ~

t r II: r r r r I r r r c:r IFF F F r r r r I

A big red bus, a big red bus, an ar - ti - cu - la - ted lor - ry and a

big red bus. A big red bus. A trac - tor, a trac - tor, an ar-

2.

r f :11 f r r

J II

- ti - cu - la - ted lor - ry and a big red bus. A big red bus.

21 Ostinato accompaniment for Clown dance

i1

liB I f

11.

V i1 V

LE If LE If LE If

II

112.

V i1 V

LE :11 LE f

traditional French

This piece begins on G, played with the 3rd finger. Make sure the G is in tune before you start the piece. Climb up to it by playing D (open), then E (1st finger), then F# (2nd finger), then G (3rd finger).

liS I r r r r If

IT

Ir F r r IF

S(:J Fine

- II

5

Ii

liB r r r r If

9 Ii

liB C C C C IF

CODA ~

118# ~r II

l4- Twin"Ie, twin"Ie little bew

words jS, music traditional

(pupil's part)

Fine

IISir rCCIFFF

I r r ~r C I r r r II

Twin - kle, twin - kle lit - tie bow, play this fast then play it slow.

5

D.C. 01 Fine

liS C r r r I~r C F

ICC r r I~C C F II

Draw your bow a - cross the string, care - ful not to let it ping!

l~ Mi~~ Mary Mat

i1 S(:j i1 S(:j i1 i1 S(:j n S(:j i1

liB I r £ r t I r r r #C II: r £ r £ I r r r #C

traditional

Miss Ma - ry Mac, Mac, Mac, all dressed in

black, black, black, Her hair was long, long,

long, all down her

9 11. c-, c-, 112.

~ i1 ~ i1 i1

liB r I r I I r r r #C :11 r I -

pIZZ. +

I J t - II

back, back, back. Miss Ma - ry back.

.. .. .. .. .. ..

. ~ f:. -j:_ ~ f:.. .. . ~ f:. -j:_ ~ f:.. .. . ~ f:. -j:_ ~ f:. . -j:_ • .

118#1 r &V &1 r t r r II: r &V &1 r t r r I r tTV &1 r V r r I

7 1 .. .. 12. .. .. pizz. 1

jL jL. jL jL ..' . ~ f:. -j:_ ~ f:.. .. . ~ f:. -j:_ ~ f:. :>

liB # t LF r LF Itt r r I r tTV tT I r t r r : II r &V tT I - r J II

. .

-

_,

24 Twinkle, twinkle little bow

(teacher's part)

Not all tunes begin on the first beat ofthe bar. Some start on the last beat of the bar, the upbeat. An upbeat is usually played with an up-bow.

When a piece begins on an upbeat, the final bar has one less beat than usual so that there are the correct number of beats in the piece.

26

T~e ~~nS t~at never ~t~p~

Play this song over and over without pausing in between. Find a way to end the piece. Then play it again, starting slowly and gradually getting faster each time.

V i1

CH

,; - J.J. - • ~ • - J.J. - J.J. - - -
II.' ,. ~ .- ~ ~ .- - ~ .- ~ ~ ~
II Jo-I ""t _ ~ - ·
·
II~ ""t
I I
This song can start and nev - er stop, You'll keep on play - ing 'til you drop!
VI i1
I - u I I I
II.' ,. ~ L_ - -
- ·
II". ,. - r~ ~ I-" - - - ·
II~ ""t
" I I I I I 21

words Larry Morey, music Frank Churchill

V

V

V

,; • • 11 - r: • • 11 - r: •
II.' ,. ~ L_ ~ ~ L_ ~
llJo-I ""t · I I
· ... ...
II~ ""2:
Just whis - tie while you work, Just whis - tie while you work. Come
V J.J.i1 J.J. V LI. J.J. V
II.' ,. ~ ,- - - sr» ~ .- - - ~
llJo-I ""t · ~ - ~ I ~ - ~ I -
· ...
II~ ""2:
" I I I 5

11.

V 112.

~ • - u. • - u • - u o •
II.' ~ .- - ~ ,- - ~ ,- -
I · I
II". ·
II~
I
on get smart, Tune up and start to whis - tie while you work. Just work.
V
-
!-
lUoI ·
II". ..-l ..-l ..-l ..-l ..-l ..-l ..-l ;.. · ;..
II.J ._, ._, ._, ._, ._, ._, ._,
I .'

words }S, music traditional

~
·
·
Be a - ware and take good care, Watch out for sec - ret a - gents.
IJ. pizz, I I
·
II,...,. '" - - - - ·
II~ "'t
"- - I - I - arco

5

v

~ IJ.
l- I- - - -' l- I- - - -'
II~ - -

Codes to crack and cars to chase, Trails to track and foes to face,
LL
- -
II,...,. - - -' -' - - -' -'
II~ - - - - - - - -
"- I I 9

~ IJ.
- - ~
I I
Be dis - creet in all you do, 'Cos a - gents might be watch - ing you!
IJ. I I
.....,
- -
I- - - I- - I- - -' -'
II,...,. - - - -' ~
II~ -
, - I - I - s.b. is short for 'slow bow'. Use the whole of your bow to play any note marked s.b. (rij tells you to playa down-bow on the repeat.

l~ little bird traditional German
IIB#I n J j I; J J J J J
r I J Ir r r 5 ~ V en) J s.b. Fine
118# r J ~ I J J I J J r r II
n

9 V D.S. 01 Fine
n ~
IIB# J J J J I J J I J J J J I J II
r r
~ 11. ~ n 12.

liB # I Dr err I r1 IT r r I J BrIT I a D- f r flHI IT- raE I

D.C. al Fine

6 . I without repeat

~F'ne ~m ~

IIR# Uf II@@I RRrOI Fr#Fr#1 uf}~ II

words CH, music PD

~ I I I I
I I I
Ho - Ii - days are on the way, Clouds are gone, days are long.
11 r;r • ~ n
" I 5

sb

~ 11 I I I I
- - .. ~
I I I I I
Sum - mer shine is here to stay, Lark will sing his song.
u I - - s.b.
- -
- l- I- - -
.-I - ~ .. ~
lllUJ - -
" I I I Introduction

II~! r 1 r J J J 1 r r oJ J 1 j

5

II~ r J J J 1 J J J 1 j

Half - way down the stairs is a stair

9

IIB# r J J J 1 r r oJ J 1 j

is - n't a - ny a - ther stair that's quite

13

II~ ~ oJ J 1 J J J J 1 j

not at the bot - tom' and I'm not

17

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words A A Milne, music H Fraser Simson

J ~
I J - II J J I J
where I sit:
j I J
like it.
J J I J
at the top: v

* r I

There

v

* r I

I'm

v

* J I

So

J J I j J J I j J I J
is the stair where I al - ways stop. this

* II

Introduction

II#! fir f1) I 6f1 D r V I fu 6il1 PH f * II

5

111# f t I A Q I A t I R r I F lit I F r

'19#0 (1 18 fit If1C § I FEU r 10 a

'IB # Fl IF I A ·0 I fi7) IF I Q (1 I r * II

You

Your friend 11.

s.b.

Iffrrle

3

liB # 1 r r r r I r r F:

Old Mac-Do-nald had a horse,

ee - i - ee - i - oh!

6 (You)

Your friend

words adapted by SR, music traditional

112.

You

:11 r

oh!

With a

G, G here and a G, G there. Here a G, there a G, ev - 'ry- where a G, G.

10 Both s.b.
118# r r r I r r If r r r I 0
F r
Old Mac - Do - nald had a horse, ee - i - ee - i - oh! 11. pizz, arco

IIK~I 2 t t R tid f r J 1Ft tot If J J 1 :11

II

10 >- >- ••• >- pizz,

IIK~ = t t Btl J f r J I F r r 0 fir ] ] t II

>- >->- >-. >- >-

G major scale

o 123012 3

n V

118#1 J mer E £ I r

210321 0

c- J J J J I

II

.....

. ' ,

Cheerfully

2 3

2 1'"1

2

3

Fine

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0
I
V 1'"1 V
IJ. - - • •
"" - 0
0
I I I I 5

2 3 2

DoC. 01 Fine

; #- ~~~ #-. #- - ~ n
~
I I I #- . -
,...., -
..... T ....... - .1 CH

traditional

Like clockwork

~ LL
II.~ ,. r:
IIJJ ...,"'t ".,I r~ - - - - ".,I r~
IlnI> ...,,..
II~
I I I I I I I I
Big Ben all day long goes 'Ding, dong, ding, dong'. Small clocks
LL s.b.
II.~ ,.
IIJJ ,...,"'t .... .... .... .... r.
IlnI> ...,,..
II
I I 6

~ LL • • • • • • • •
II.~ - - - -
IIJJ ,...,
IlnI> ...,
II~
on the wall say 'Tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tock'. Bu - sy lit - tie
3 2
u pizz. ~ .,,_ ~
II.~
IIJJ ..., ".,I ".,I c - -
IlnI>
, I I I I I I 3

whis - per

'Tick - 0- tock - a, tick - 0- tock - a, tick - 0- tock - a, tick'.

3

TtlTtl t~e S'a~~e~ ~veT (0 round)

traditional

Allegro
3
IIB~.I f t ~ ~ *
~ ~ I r ~
F ~


I've been to Har - lem, I've been to Do - ver, I've tra -veiled this wide
4 * If ~
111#1 r F ~ r I ~ r ~ r ~ ~


world all 0 - ver. a - ver, 0 - ver, three times 0 - ver,
7 *
118#1 F F F F r F § I r r r F F F II

Drink what you have to drink and turn the glass - es 0 ver.
* entry point when played as a round words CH, music PD

Brightly

I r Cr F l I J J J r r IF r j

Off to France, just for a day,

Glad that it's not too far a - way.

5

IIB~. J J r u I r EX r r I r r r r I j j

Get - ting up at the crack of the dawn, When ev - 'ry - one is yawn - ing.

9

Off on the train and I hope it won't rain, We'll sing out a song as we roll a - long.

13

I r EX r r I r J J r EX I r

r II

I can't wait, let's ce - Ie - brate, 'Cos we're off to France in the morn - ing.

11K ~U - 'r ~V ~ I r J F i I - 'r #kr I 81 [j J t11 r r r U I

6 V-V r! Y._~ ~ Y._ __ Y._ ~. V V V V Y._ __ Y._

liB #1 r U J E" :k I r r r E":: I W-,( J [11 r [ i t2r I J :rq J r ·11

. --

D major scale 3
0 1 2 3 0 1 2 V 2 1 0 3 2 1 0
IIB## I i1 C rt IE ~ ~ C
r C:f C r E ~ I n II
J J You can use either the open string or your 4th finger to play the note A. The choice you make will depend on the notes before and after the note A.

In the following pieces the fingering is marked.

Rat,tts dr,ver (0 round)

Do you recognise this tune? (Look at no. 15)

words CH, music traditional French

* 4
liB ## I r r r r I r r r r I r r IT
Ra - cing dri - ver, ra - cing dri - ver, In your car, o 0

r IErr; r

* 1

r I r J F

4
I r r IT
in your car,
1
I r J F II
you'll go far. Fill it up with pet - rol,

fill it up with pet - rol, You'll go far,

* entry point when played as a round

..

..

5

4

~ I L • • • ..- -
~ l- • - IIIIT
.1'joJ '0l0i' • I- --.- I- "i •
Ify". 0loi'
1'.1' I
I -
When I am king, dil - Iy, dil - Iy, You shall be queen.
11 ~ .fII- "f:. ~~ «<. ~ • s>:
I'~ I- ---.- I- 7.
l'joJ 10l0i' • ....
-
I CH

o

118#1 fir € L 1 r 1 F=. 1 F=.

s.b.

1 F r Fir tF·

4

9 V 4 s.b.

118# r· 1 r F r 1 L L r 1 F F r 1 r· 1 F r r !FOt J J II

IIH#OJ ttl a ,t E 1 a r ria t f 1 a r r 1

6 a~ :(!:_~G ~ .. .. "

liB ~ ~1tf fir cr t± I F Et F I ti 7 ~ r I #r r r I EJ 7 ~ f I

12 •• •• • pizz.

111# If r r 111 7 i t I #r r I ~ r 11 1 I "[ fir j l II

In this step you will practise a slow-fast bowing pattern in i slow fast

d ~

Dynamics tell you how quietly or loudly to play.

p tells you to play quietly.

It stands for piano meaning 'quiet';

f tells you to play loudly.

It stands for forte meaning 'loud'.

Paul McCartney

o

o

o

o

~ 1.1. 1':). i1 • .p.. V • p. . • ~~
II.,. ~ - ~ u
·
·
I f
p
Win or lose, Sink or swim, One thing is
u ,..-ot i1 V
-
· . .
·
I I I I p

f

8

o

4

~ 11 ~ • - - • -. . i1
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IIJJ I .... t-' ,
I~ .... ....
II._'
P
cer - tain we'll nev - er give in. Side by side, Hand in
11 - I I I ~ • ~ ~ ~ • • • ~ ~
I'''' ,_ - - -
IIJJ I .... ,_ ,_ -
I~ .... - - -
11"-'
"- I p

14

II.

112.

~ 1.1. -. -
II.,. - t-"" - - "'- ~ ~ .i: <,
IIJJ I .... ~ · ~. ~ u --- _L J'"'" · ~.
II.,...,. · _ioo ·
f I I I I I
hand, We all stand to - ge-ther. We -ge-ther.
L! ~. • ~.~ ~~. _._ • ~.
1''- :.L
· ·
· ·
"- f

19 f 0 4 4
IIB~# IT r I t r I IT r I t IT r I F F r r IF IT
When you're with the Flint - stones, have a ya ba da ba doo time, pizz, +

I - F t II

a ya ba doo time, you'll have a good old time.

41 (Meet the) Flintstones (teacher's part)

liB U11 V F Fir A Fir F Flr;j F I J F r F

17 J""I J""I D.C. 01 ~

IIR~I !r~r fir r t r #CqF PJ II

21

j.I ~ :r: r r r pr

liB ~I F C ~F £ I 4= = 4=

CODA

11K #1 F r #F r I F r F ~r I

I E ~u~u: IF I rtF J i t II

IIHI8 n

A slurjoins two notes of different pitch and is played in one bow, which enables you to play smoothly.

The Italian term for playing smoothly is legato.

traditional North American, arr. CH

Accompaniment

V i1 V

IIH ~.I:J I r- r

5

i1

liB #. r-

V

I tr- j

V

j

i1 V

IV j

i1

IJ

V

r

V

J

V pizz,
i1 +
0 IF l F II i1

ICJ

Melody 1. 12. pizz. I

11K ~# I a II:r r E' € lEE r' ~ I r r r r I r ElF :11 r F r r I r F II

Malvina Reynolds

V . i1 _0

n IJg

V~ i1

r r I r

-

5 1. V V V V
i1 Fr i1 ra ~ i1
118# r r I r r F I ~ I J - :11
............... 9 2. OJ i1 V V i1 pizz.
i1 i1 V j i1 B +
IIB# r I r F I F F I r l J l II Serge Prokofieff

Light and lively

~~h 0 ~Vn'?-,

11#11 f r IS r f r I r r r r lEi r i5 tf I L

-:

I IT; I

4 0

~ Vr'c n

11#' r r c r IF r t r c

h

~ ~ n h e s.b.

LT IrE; ~ E I ()

II

5

!

Your friend ~~

11K #.. r r r r r r r r I r r r r r r r r IFF F f JrJ6+1 r r r ~ ~ F F F I

Your teacher

4-~ [)aydrca\'ncr

Legato 4

IIB#II Er tr I r

CH

2
t1 V~ 0
I r f IF
all the ed - ges blur. v

Think how day- dreams soothe, when

To

V s.b.

n ~ ~

In r = 1-·

II

make the mu - sic smooth, then

join notes with a slur.

43 Morningtown ride (teacher's part continued)

9 2.

IIR#t;CrJ .J I [£fit§':C,FI J jJ. Or r It~L;r l II

johann Strauss /I

Withe lilt

arco

IIB~I po IF"

1. 4

IF r E IF"

7 4

liB ~ F rEI po

12.

:11 F r Fir r Fir

pizz. +

l I J l l II

Your friend

pizz. 1

11K ~ i; ~ ~ I; ~ ~ I; ~ ~ I; ~ ~ I; ~ ~ I; ~ ~ I

Your teacher

7 2. J ~

III ~; ~ ~ I; ~ ~: II; ~ ~ I; ~ f I ~ r Fir ~ ~ II

traditional

Dolce 4

", ,J. • • • r>. ..- .,. .,. fro
I I
II -
I II.,..,. ..,,. ~
IIIU .,.,
I .......... I
La - yen - der's blue, dil - Iy, dil - Iy, La - yen - der's green;
LL ~ .fL ~ .,.~ c=-; ~ - ~
II~ q !- -
IIJJ ,.., U _ ~
~ .-I
II". ..,,. .......... I- -
·IIU ~ -
" I Thomas H Bayly

Andante

o

o

4

~ IJ. - • ~. • -
II~ '" - - - I-
IIJJ loW..,., _ - I-
11l"ti. ...
~ ..
I ...... I
Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, Long, long a - go, long, long a - go.
s.b. s.b.
IJ. - • 0 ~ - -
II~ '" -
IIJJ loW..,., .. ~ -
...
I 5

o

o

4

sb

~ - • ~. _ . - .
- - - ~ r~ ~ - - - -
~ _I""'" _l""'"
--
I --
Sing me the songs I de- light- ed to hear, Long, long a - go, long a - go.
IL s.b. • n _._ _._ s.b.
- -
.. ~
III ••
" I Ludwig van Beethoven

Allegro

112.

4

4

11.

~ IL • • -
·
II~ oW'" ·
11,.11 ..,.,
I I I
;_ 3 2
11 • - • ~ .p. - -
-II~ '"
IIJJ roW ..,., l- I- ·
I~ oW '" ·
II~ ..,.,
...... I 6

v

1

~ 11 n
roW ~ I-
I~ oW
1,.11 ..,j
I I I
2 2
2 3 i 3 n V 2
11 .p. ~ • ~ • .,._ ~ n -(7 .,._ -
IIJJ roW
I~ oW
1'''11
...... 10

4

4

~ IL - •
-II ••
I I I
3
I L ~ • - • - -
II ••
I Jerome Kern

Cantabile o

118#11 IT

r

l[rEfIT

V 4

IrefEr

r

4 s.b.

lerrIE ~ In

II.

112. pizz. I

:11 l r r l II

-

arco arco J~
r~ arco
pizz. pizz, V pizz. q" pizz. arco pizz,
~ "
liB #-1 + J + F r r + f f f J
r I J I r #V I r arco arco 11. 112. arco
J ~r:I arco
5 t pizz, arco pizz, pizz. " "
liB ## r g + + " v_ + J F r r :11&;:
CSr r I J r f~ I F I r t II 41

Joseph Barbera, William Hanna and Hoyt Curtin

(pupil's part)

Aim to play this tune quickly, but practise slowly at first. Notice that there is a rest on the first beat of some bars.

With energy o

o

r I r

4

4

r

1* IT

ElF F E f I

1. Flint - stones,

2. From the

meet the Flint - stones,

town of Bed - rock,

they're the mod - ern stone age

they're a place right out of

6 II.
118#1 r IT I 0
fa - mi - Iy. 112.

- ry.

- I r r I * f r I
Let's ride with the -

:110

his - to -

13

liB #. r r r r: I -a-

fam -'Iy down the street,

through the cour - te - sy of Fred's two feet.

In this step you will practise a slow-fast bowing pattern in i slow fast

d j

Dynamics tell you how quietly or loudly to play.

p tells you to play quietly.

It stands for piano meaning 'quiet';

f tells you to play loudly.

It stands for forte meaning 'loud'.

Paul McCartney

o

o

o

o

~ 11 n. i1 • .p.. V • .p. . • ~.,._
I'~ 0
I'JoJ r ....... ~ r~ ·
IIY1II. ..... " ·
I'~ ...,
I f
p
Win or lose, Sink or swim, One thing is
LJ. 1"""'"""1 i1 V
il'~ o • - - - _IlL • -
II'JoJ r- · ~. _U_. • r-
.-I ·
" I I I I p

f

8

o

4

~ IL ~ • • . i1
P
cer - tain we'll nev - er give in. Side by side, Hand in
I L - I I I ~ • ~ .,,_ ~ • • • ~ .,._
- -
1'.1'
" I p

14

112.

~ 11 _.,
I'~ ";) - I-' - - ,- <, - - .s: <,
I'JoJ r ..... r- · r~· r- r. - • r- · _I'"'" n.
IIY1II. ..... · ." ·
I'.J
f I I I I I
hand, We all stand to - ge-ther. We -ge-ther.
11 ~. • ~.~ .,,_~. - ._ ~ • ~.
I'~ r- - - u _I'"'" _IlL
I'JoJ r ..... · I'"" ·
,11Y1II. ..... · ·
II'~
" f

words Oscar Hammerstein II, music Richard Rodgers

Espressivo 0

11#1 d,zq I L'

Id J I~ r I

P E - del - weiss,

E - del - weiss,

Ev - 'ry morn - ing you

7

greet

Small and white,

Clean and bright,

me.

13

o

II~ d r IRE I r I ric r r I r r r

me. f Bios - som of snow, may you

~

liB # d/Q I r I C1 I r r I F=" I F:" I d,zq I

P E - del-

You look hap - py to meet

19

bloom and grow,

Bloom and grow for ev

- er.

26 0

IIB~ r·

II

- weiss, E - del - weiss, Bless my home -land for ev - er.

. . 1 . .

IIR~La ~ f I a r r I a f fiB r r I IT' , I a f f I

p

q is a natural sign. It cancels the effectofa sharp.

traditional North American

key,----t-

cov - ered with

top

of Old Smo

All

f

s.b. ~~

6

v

4

4

~ n. n. n ~ • n .
I I
snow, PI lost my true lov -
1.1. V -. . • .,.
. . - -
- - - ~
" ........ I P

11

sb

~ --- - -
. '-/ <,
~ r~· r: • r~
I I I
er, From court - in' too slow.
-
1.1. !'-!'-!'- .,. • • • • .,. • - -. .
r- r~· t- r~
.......
• I~
" l~lld~Il'~ bttfll illS (0 round)

Con fuoco
i1
111##2 J j I r r
Lon - don's burn - ing,
4 *
118## F F r I r
en - gines, Fire, fire! j J IF

traditional
*
r r r I r r r r Lon - don's burn - ing, Fetch the en - gines, fetch the
*
r I r E ~ I r r E ~ I r r II
J J
Fire, fire! Pour on wa - ter, pour on wa - ter. * entry point when played as a round

words Michael Flanders, music Donald Swann

Waltz arco

111# 2 r·

I J J J IF'

4

If E f If E f I

f

Mud,

mud,

glo - ri - ous mud!

No - thing quite like it for

7

Accompaniment Melody

ElffEIIT rlffrlr rl

cool - ing the blood.

13

pizz. +

1; J J I J , t I f J t II

there let us wal - low in glo

ri - ous mud.

Melody

. + arco

pIZZ. ••••• • • + . V f!:. f!:.

11K ~ 2 4 F F I 4 r r I r r r IFF r I 4 F F I 4 r r I 4 4 4 I F r F Iff r I

f Peso fol-Iow me,

Accompaniment

10 pizz. .. .

111# [Tr I t r- rita tt I tr r I r t r I F tt I rt tt I t U I 4 Jill

fol low,_ down to the hal low,) f

These two rhythms look different, but sound the same:

1 2 + 3
..-...
r u r
Lon don Bridge
r· ~ r
Lon don Bridge f.b. is short for 'fast bow'. traditional

o

4

4

~ •• ~ • - 0 r">. ,., - 0
J-
f
Lon - don Bridge is fall - ing down, fall - ing down, fall - ing down.
,,-.. ,.--., --- ,.--., -.
- -
IIJ..I
"- I I I ........ I p

5

o

4

o

f.b.

~ u •• ~ • - - 0 r:
I ..
I
Lon - don Bridge is fall - ing down, My fair la - dy.
rr-. I I s.b.
IIUI'
, I Tea fer +we (pupil's part)

words Irving Caesar, music Vincent Youmans, arr. CH

Leggiero
orca rt
118#1 C· ~ F' ~ 1 r F F ~ F ~ 1 F' ~ C· ~ 1
j
p for and for Me for and
Tea two two - two - two tea, you
4
rt
118# E F F • F ~ 1 C· ~ F' ~ 1 r F F ~ F r
J J
you - you - you for me, /.;: you see how ha - ha - hap - py we will 55 Tea for two (pupil's part continued)
7 1. 12. pizz, I
n n +
IIB# r J - I - r r F r :11 J r r r J II
be. P f Ben E King, jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, arr. CH

Rhythmically

pizz.

118#1 til: C" P F Sir P F 0 I r P F cJ I

4

I F' P F gE I ~. ~ ~ ~ I
11.,2. 113. + I
C ~ I r J J :11 r J J II 7

It fuJr F IF"

When the night has come_

and the land is dark, And the moon __

is the

I -

on - Iy_ light we'll see.

No I won't be a - fraid, No 1___ won't be a-

12

- fraid, Just as long _ as you stand, _ stand by me.

So dar - ling, dar - ling stand _ by

me, Oh,_ stand __

by me, Oh, stand,_

stand by _ me, stand by _ me.

55 Tea for two (teacher's part)

Learn this zig-zag technique, which uses the whole bow. shows a i1 V i1 pattern

s

shows a V i1 V pattern

~l~"}'e be-t S~tlS

Dolce

traditional Scottish

f.b.

p

7

v

Fine

~ It ---. --- -fT. •• • n .
-.rfl .-- <,
. . · ·
~ · ·
I I
P
IJ. I I -
T · ·
· · -p
..,.. I I I T (p)

13

1. fb V

12. V

D.C. al Fine (with repeat)

, 11 _. _ ~ - r"1
.
·
·
I
I I I I I
-.rj;T f-o" • ·
·
-.JT I T
...... I ,_.. ~~ J t{ P iter (pupil's part)

In this piece, use your 4th finger to play the note D on the G string when marked.

Moestoso

Gustav Holst

4

~alar F IBr F Id

f

6 ~ ~ 4

IIB# C I r r I r i r r I r

Accompaniment Fine g

II EJ IFF

p

D.S. 01 Fine

11 Melody

04.

liB # E F f) I J J J I r r F I J r r I a F r I E r jJ II

f

--==== is a crescendo. It tells you to get gradually louder.

Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman

Introduction

118#1 -

f.b.~~-

- II J J I r·
p 7 f.b. f.b.

11# e;~r Ir;~r

4 S(J i1

I r r· P I r t I J

f.b.

I E:;rr

f.b.

I E:;rr

13 f.b . .....os: 0

118# err L 1 r

f.b . ....os:: 4

IEl't r I r·

II

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Introduction ~ ~

IG~!'Br ~lftRg IIcfBF l6fUr IUUr laUd I

p

'11#f) 6J I (=-;0 I liD r I!M 01 c:fB r I au fl

'~R#tIU f liF fi7f2:F I W f I {ED f I F au I J7q r II

~========== f

58 Jupiter (teacher's part)

IG#!@ ir- p Q 10 J r lOr r: lifGtf 81r- p Q I

.... ,

Melody

6 Fine €: ~ ~ € ~

liB ~ f] F riC) r ED' I A 1I::r I F" ~ IT:% I r F :% I

D.S.al Fine

11K ~ [ D rJ I [ e! Itt t I is f r I EJ r: r I f ir II

A staccato dot tells you to make a note short and detached.

cresco indicates a long crescendo. It tells you to get gradually louder until you reach the next dynamic mark.

60 Kal'h"a traditional Russian
Con spirito
V 0 4 4
. . . .
IIB#I r r r . r . . r r
II: r r I r r I r r I r

P cresco
5 0 4 4 11. . 112. I
. .
IIB# r r . r r r r . r .
r r I C r I r r I r :11 r II

f P f (arco)

liB # i til: F

p cresc.

~ ~ E
#" r I F #' r I r F r r t I f'
( ( C j J
1
~ 1. 12.
e ,. >-
r I r r #" r I r F r r !t I ( : II r II
E j
f p f 5

traditional

arco

V

. .

Iftftlttttr

. .

118#11 f t f tit t t t r

f

5 r:'1 • f.b.

118 #. f t f r Itt t r t a I t r t r I t J II

p cresco f

pizz,

IIB#12 J U n r It r t t tJ J I J U n r Itt t t tJ J

f

5

liB ## Jan r Itt t t Ett J I #~ 4l J J ~ I J r t r ~ II

p cresc.

f

mp (mezzo piano) tells you to play moderately quietly.

mf (mezzo forte) tells you to play moderately loudly.

r

A tenuto line tells you to hold the note for its full length.

62- Mttt"! (0 round) traditional
Waltz ~ ~
U i1 V i1 V U
118#12 IE C;f ~~ IF F F If J J IF F I
J mp Oh you can't put your muck in our dust - bin, our dust - bin, our dust - bin, you

5 i1 ~ ~ V
C:;f i1
118#1 E E~ I F F F I f J J
J
can't put your muck in our dust bin, our dust bin's V

Ir

II

full.

*

118 #1 l

9

i1

1& r

V~

Flb;fr

pizz.

t t

7 ~ E I

V •

It E t t

V

~Ir

E

j

"'!f Fish 'n' chips and

pep - per pep - per pep - per pot.

At - choo!

vin - e - gar,

arco ~
F I C r r
Fish 'n' chips and vin - e - gar, pep - per pep - per pep - per pot.

V
F .
r E F .
I E ~
j V

I r II

* 17
i1
118#1 l I I . . I f F f J I F
r EJL r r EJL r EJL r
f One cup of tea, two cup of tea, three cup of tea, four cup of tea,
21
118#1 r (jJ r I r (jJ r I f F f J I r II

five cup of tea, six cup of tea, sev'n cup of tea, eight.
* entry point when played as a round i1 i1 v_v

J J - - __ r r

___..

These are non-legato ties. They tell you to play both notes in the same bow, but to make them slightly detached by stopping the bow for a moment in mid-stroke.

This technique is sometimes called hooked bowing.

=======-- is a diminuendo. It tells you to get gradually quieter.

6'5 Waltz

liB #11 j Fir F I j Fir C I r'

Franz Lehar

mp

---=========== 11!f

4

r I r·

---============= mf = mp

= mp

pizz. +

I ( It F ' II

cresco f

Peter Yarrow and Leonard Upton

Moderato

1"1 __ 1"1 V __ V

v-v

fb

4

~ 11 :;:. :;: :;: -= _ -=
.
I'""
I I I ~ I I I
11if
I I I -- 1 I I
~ IIIIT
.
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6

Ii V 1.

4

~ u I 0 _-;_ r+-. -r>. n. ~ ...
~ I'"" I'""
·
I
-- ~ - -
.
-.n;.:T t-'" :;::;- ·
·
...... 1 I T I I I : ..

.....

"

, ,

traditional Caribbean

II,

f I ()

112,

:11 roo r 1

~ h mp'NO

'[o - ney, you see no -bo - dy pass ere?'

me friend.'

friend.' 'Well

6

1"1 V 1"1 V __ V ,-_ ~ V 1"1 V 1"1 V

IIS~# ~ E ~ r r 1 r E E U= E 1 ~ C ~ r r 1 F S

pizz. +

r l II

v.: of me dump-lins gone.' 'Don't tell_ me so!,lone of me dump-lins gone!'

6 arco

1"1

11K #,) J

v V

)tJJ

f

V

I) J

) J

J

II

66 ~w) r~w) rew y~tlr be-t (around)

* V

liB #. H r ° r ° I r ~ r- I C ~ C

traditional

Row, row, row your boat gen - tly down the stream.

*

5 n *

III #ft f f f r r r I r r C E E r I ~

Mer - ri - Iy, mer - ri - Iy, mer - ri - ly, mer - ri - ly, life

p n
F p I r' II
is but a dream. * entry point when played as a round

61 P~p! S~es t~e weasel

n nV~V 4

111#13 n r ~ I E F C ro

traditional

f Half a pound of tup - pen - ny rice,

a pound of trea - de,

Half
pi~z.
0/ If
Pop! arca
n p
0/ r I F' F' II
goes the wea - sel. That's the way the man - ey goes,

Ostinato accompaniment (play four times)

n V

liB #. 9 f f f f f f I f ~ f ~ II

Marvin Hatley

Cheekily

a reo -:z:::___""

~ u 1"'1 • • - • - -
11£' . JIlL . ~ !- . JIlL •
.
II~ 0l0i'--' ,
I
11if -
pizz,
.
.
. . -
IIU_ .L I
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- v

v

f

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·
I I
mp f
II" --. '"
·
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. . .-I •
" I I I I v

1"'1

s.b.

V 1"'1 V

5

f

traditional French

Sheepishly! * * *

V 1"'1 V V 1"'1--1"'1 V 1"'1 V_V ~ ~ ~

. 111#0 ~ I r ~ r ~ I r R I r ~ Err Ie r r r41 r V F V I

p

V V

r vir ~r ~Ir

V 1"'1

~Lvlr ~r ~Ir

I II

6

--======== 11if

--========= f

* entry point when played as a round

D major arpeggio

G major arpeggio

3

V 0203020

o 2 o~o 20 1"'1 V 1"'1

BIIB~#I BijE~F~f~L~F ~r ijl F~· ~II liB ~ 0 i J ) [ L; I J

II

10 We're ~ff t~ ~ee t~e Wtz.ard

words E Y Harburg, music Harold Arlen

Con spirito i1 V

IIB#9 r· 1 r ~ J J? I ~ r * ~ Ie r J gf J IJ.

V

# J~ I

"'!I' We're off to see the Wiz-ard,

the won-der-ful Wiz-ard

of Oz.

We

5 V V i1 V
118# P i1 r r r r
J _L r I r r r r p I ~ I r" # ~ I
J1
hear he is a whiz of a Wiz if ev - er a Wiz there was. mPlf 9

i1

18# r r ~ E E r I r

~ J

ev - er, oh ev - er a Wiz there was, the Wiz-ard of Oz is one be -cause, be-

13

V

# ~ I

II~ J J~ r p I r

fBe-

- cause, be - cause, be - cause, be - cause, be - cause, _

17

V

I #" # ~ I

-

- cause of the won - der - ful things he does.

mf We're

21 i1 V ~ V
118~ r ~ J ~ I~ r # V If f f r F r I r" II

off to see the Wiz-ard, the won - der - ful Wiz - ard of Oz. mp

13

liB # t ti r t ti r I ~=n J # P ~ I If P r p I PC ti r qr piE U IWI EE1f F bJTi

~========= f

'ilK ~ t t t t t::t I F 7 F ~ I J } J J I J J » I r~ B F I J II

11if

F is halfway between E and F# - a semitone higher than E and a semitone lower than F # .

Misterioso

arco 2

r"1

fir

traditional

2~

F ~ J

5 4

liB r

V~V 2 II.

- -

r r Ie], (llf

pizz.

IIHlll t±i

~4 2 112.

ei 1 U U :11 (

I

Jr II

II: • • I • • I • •
t j tsJ t j tsJ t j tsJ r s

1. . 12. . ... . ~.

. . ..~. . . • ~ !If tt~

IIHII F t r r J I (]' I¥q I F It r [j I r J tJ :11 t± C F I II

12 ~~a'~hl (0 round)

traditional Israeli

Warmly

V *,,---.,. 0 * v-

IIKi j Ira r r I r u r r 1-

*

f.b. f.b.

C I r L I

mp 11if

Sha - 10m, cha - ve - rim, sha - 10m, cha - ve - rim, sha - 10m,

sha - 10m. Le -

5 0 4

11K f Q r F I LOr j I ro'

f.b.

B I F=' II

mp

- hi - tra - ot, Ie - hi - tra - ot, sha - 10m,

sha - 10m.

* entry point when played as a round

traditional

Brightly * *

11K R C ! L V I r: ! F r;; I r V E P I Cg L I r V r ~ I

mp

V

r' r- 1- E

6 * 4 i1 0

!. I C' cP' I r-

liB F p r p I F V L P I F" ~ . E.

f

12
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liB I r ~ F ~ I r ~ F ~ I r ~ r ~ I r' I' II
11if * entry point when played as a round

words Howard Ashman, music Alan Menken

Cantabile

o

4

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4

11.

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i1 V

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V

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1 ~ ~ ~ F Fir u--r r r r 1 F r ~ F ~ g: 1 r

f II

liB ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~~ ~ ~ r

Look carefully at the key signature before you start each piece, so that you can decide where to place your second finger.

Look at the accompaniments for Short'nin' bread and What shall we do with the drunken sailor? Check their key signatures. What do you notice? Where will you place your second finger?

jacques Wolfe and Clement Wood

v

v

~ .~ .. ~ ~ ;. ~ .~ .. ~ ~
·
- I
11if V V
LJ. i1
·
·
- _.. - _.. - I ~ . I
- - - traditional

Con spirito

~ :. • • :. • • ;. ;. -= - - -= - - .:. . .:.
.
mf -
What shall we do with the drunk- en sail - or, What shall we do with the drunk - en sail - or,
V i1 ~ V -
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.
.
..... - ~ - ,_.. - -
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~ :. • . :. • • ;. .;-- ~ ~ ~ :. -= -
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What shall we do with the drunk - en sail - or, Ear - Iy in the morn - ing?
i1 . ;. ;. ;. ;.
.
, - I - I f

words Richard Smith, music Felix Bernard

o

i1 V i1

~ ,,_. • p.

liB II C .r II: F

i1 V

~. . .rl

4

V i1 V i1

,,_.. P

~ .r IFF

11!f

Sleigh bells ring,

are you list - 'nin'! In the lane snow is
V i1 V V 0 V
i1,.-._ i1 i1 V ____
C· .,,_ C· .,... r r C· • ~ . ~ IT
I -I oJ I J ... 4

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r

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A beau - ti - ful sight,_ We're hap - py to - night,_

glist - 'nin',

II

11!f

Walk - in' in a win - ter won - der - land!

Sleigh bells -land!

jlfl I f?~ 4 w I ~ F r
........._.....
p
I. 12. plzz.
t f
I F #J J F I F J J t :11 F F II
mf 5 V

liB #, F" l C" ;t--r r I r- l [ t1

Leslie Osborne and Simon May

i1 h V

0/ P I r r F?Qr r

i1

J

mf

o

~

pizz, +

, r· II

l

Jl r

mf

F

4 I.

liB #, r:

II

All the tunes in this step use a mixture of both positions of the 2nd finger.

Patty 5 Hill and Mildred Hill

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.
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11if
Hap - py birth - day to you, hap - py birth - day to you. Hap - py
1'"1
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rr.
11if
Mis - sak, hap - py birth - day to you.
rr. V
1'"1 1'"1
11if f

birth - day dear

f

words Larry Morey, music Frank Churchill

Lively

V ~

IIB#j ~ II: r

V ~

"J ~ I r

V . ..-..

"J ~ I C· f C J I F

f'Heigh - he',

'Heigh - ho',

To make your trou - bles go,

Just keep on sing - ing

6 1.
IIB# IT fL Ir
IT • J
J
all day long 'Heigh - ho', 12 ..

C J :11 r

V

"J ~ I t

"J II

'Heigh - he', 'Heigh - ho', 'Heigh - ho',

'Heigh - ho'.

v f 1"1
liB # i ~ F" po) f r FJ J@ ~J j 4
ttl II: ~ " t I f f I Ed I t I
f 6 I. 2.
IIB#Fl r ~ . I t r I t :11 t F ~ LJ I [3t ~ II
r r r r r r J The next three tunes use both positions of the 2nd finger on the D string: F# and F.

~ . .
.
·
- - -
mp 11!f
Finger clicks J. J. J. J.
II G }. · }. }. } . }.
.... II M e · (" e e e ~1 T~e -Addah\S fah\,ly

Spookily

V ~ V

5

V

V

Vic Mizzy

~

V

~

~

~

V

112.

~
. .
.
- - -
f 11!f mp
II }. J. }. J. }. J. J. }. J.
.... II e (" t t traditional Caribbean

p

--======= 11if

f.b.

liB i r' #F I r'

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Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman

Waltz

, ### --- ### ~ .,,_. ~ n • • ~ •
mp
~. V
.
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6

1. f.b.

V i1

2.

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mf

#.p.. V ~ . ,.......,
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---
.....
m V

f.b. i1 V

V

V

11

Accompaniment i1

V

--====== f

V

========~ mp (.\,

--====== 1T!f

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Melody arco

V .

81ellinr U &:11'4 t J 1 ~r J r 1 t I f 1 f f elf

II

==-mp

..

Rhythmically

Accompan~ment V

liB ##~ i J J # I j

CH

1.

V

Ij

2.

2 V

t J I J J F :11 j

2

t J I J J

mf

Melody

7 0 1 2 V ~

~ .

liB 11:0 j?j~J J I r F

11.

V V ~ V

r IF U-fJJ I~ J;j

112. D.C. al Fine

(with repeat)

V ~ V

:11 r ~ j II#uti

C major

scale (two octaves)

01230123012301 ~ V ~ V ~ V ~ V

lin J fE B J 3 I rae r r:; I

2

~ 10321032103210

IlsCUcrGtlr !JJJJ]I:

arpeggio (two octaves)

2 3

020y313 r131Y02 0

n ~ ~ ~ ~ n IIGRUJJ ill 123 9Z IJ.

II

II

=========- mp

I. 12. D.C. al Coda

7 ..... .... •. '. • (with repeat)

11K II: f tf 7 E f I jf f f f I if li1r tt I E t I f l jf : II f l ~F II jll~

mp if mp mp-=

The finger pattern of the first octave is the same as that of D major (page 27), starting on the C string.

Lionel Bart

Melody r"1

IIBI 7 r p ~. piE r r:fi J.

f

Who will buy this won der - ful morn - ing?

r"1
I 7 r p r'
I I
Such a sky piErrE?

you nev - er did see!_

5

r"1

liB 7 r p F"

plErrjF'pJ )IErCrr r IF

pizz.
+
f J II Who will tie

mp

it up with a rib - bon, And put it in a box for me?

Playing this accompaniment will give you practise on the C string.

Pupil's accompaniment V 1
2 J 2 2 3 2 2 0 V ~
liB 1 J J J I J J j fJ fl I J J J I; J J I
J $ f
5 3 2
2 ~ 2 2 V 3 V 0
11K J J J r I J j -~ ~~ I J J ~ J I J ~ II
~ - J
p - .

.•.

Teacher's accompaniment

lilt rnn. rnd 14 diU J aU tt Irnn rnd Ir EJft. £q I

mf

5 V,--...,V V,--...,V • v.-.v. . o,..--_o

liB tJj flo t1J tJ I 4 J H4 # r u U I = r § r r I r J II

=========~- p

~6 ~eatlt}' ahd tJte ~ea~t

Andante

words Howard Ashman, music Alan Menken

~ r"1 - r"1 -
.. ~ -- .~ .._. I
P
Tale as old as time, true as it can be.
-
I r p

5

2

3

v

~ r"1_ ~ ~ ~ ..-- ~ - r"1
- - I -
mp p
Bare - Iy e - yen friends, then some - bo- dy bends un - ex - pee-ted- Iy.
I ~
I I mp ===========--

p

9

2

2

v

~ r"1 - 3 r"1 - r"1 . ___ »--:
.,--", -- ~ .-.._.J .._ I
Just a lit - tie change. Small, to say the least. Both a lit - tie
.fL
I I 13

3

V

r"1 2

V

V

~ r"1 r"1 ~ ~
Jnf ~
p
scared, nei - ther one pre - pared. Beau -ty and the Beast.
I ~ ~. ~ ~
I mf

p

liB i 2fm IT

I [fiJ fF2r I [fiJ IT

p

I [JjJ IT

mp

=======~p

--========= ~ ~ p

Barcarolle and Millennium both contain three-note slurs. Play each slurred group of notes in one bow.

jacques Offenbach

Tempo di valse

i1

~ ;-, i1
P
i1 i1 V i1 V i1 • I
u • I I I
...._ .._.... - <, ./ -- <c:> ------ p

5

1.

2.

~ • ~.,_ ~ .f'- ~~ ~ .f'- *.,_ • . . rl •
mp p p

~ ~ ~.,_~ r=, ~ _. _l - --=============~

p

p

Robert Williams, Guy Chambers, john Barry and Leslie Bricusse

arco

~~

~ ~ .f'-~.f'- .,_.f'-.,_ • 1.f'- .,_.f'-.,_ . .. .
n!f
u pizz, ••
..... I r I I f

11.,2.,3. q~~

114.

3

~ ~ .f'-~.f'- .,_.f'-.,_ • 1.f'- .,_.f'-.,_ . .,_ . r-;
•• • r-.
..... I r I I Melody

arco

liB ## I F r

mf

We've got

stars di - rec - ting our fate, and we're

pray - ing it's_ not too

4

12.r.'\

F r :11 F

II

prfTru7Qrlr

late, 'cos we know_ we're fall - ing from grace. Mil- len - ni - um. _

We've got

Watch out kookaburra! and Nocturne contain four-note slurs. Play all four notes in one bow.

Watt~ ~t{t "~~"abt{rra! (0 round)

4

'i 'i h * V

fflFF F F F IF F fff fir r F r=72t I

traditional Australian

Koo- ka - bur- ra sits on the te - Ie - phone wire.L, Watch out koo - ka - bur- ra's fea - thers on fire!_

~*

c r F r IF F r r 1°

II

f

Fly

===========~ 11if

koo - ka - bur - ra, fly

koo - ka - bur - ra, Flap your wings, fly high.

* entry point when played as a round

Aleksander Borodin

Andante

V

IIB~I! ~ f

1. 4 !2.Accompaniment

7 V ~

~~ ~ ~ V~V ~ V V~V V~V

liB #, 7 trt:t [J I F r F :11 V r V ttl ~ F ~ ttl ~ r ~ ttl

--======== 11if ======~

Melody

F If F

II

rail.

f ~(.\

I Fir

--======== 11if

========-- mp =====- p

1"1 v.-...v _----_ ....-._ ---- ..-._ -----

liB #11 = r = ti I ~ f ~ U 1*,. * t1 I ~ r ~ ti I ~ ~~ r ~ ti I ~~ f ~ tf I

mp

I. 12. Melody

7 1"1 ~ ~

IIBUi \,~ r~~ B II d~ n :11., ? f T f r

1"1 ~ r">;

l'i V r f t__; I

--===== '"!f

Accompaniment roll. (.\

I (8)£0 1E5Q I ~tQ I £E £t) II

---===== mf

=====- mp =====- p

The author and publisher would like to thank the following for their help in the preparation of this book: Jeremy Birchall, Patricia Birchall, Jennifer Boston, Adrian Bradbury, Emily Brayshaw, Chris Bryant, Michael Cathcart, Sally Chappell, Matthew Coatsworth, Helen Crayford, Janet Crew, Louise Dearsley, Tanya Demidova, Philip Dukes, Heather Fleck, David W Giles, Emily Haward, Jocelyn Lucas, Andrew Lynwood, Grace Lynwood, Barry Newland, Malcolm Palla nt, Maja Passchier, Aoife Patarot-Hinds, Emma Patterson, Roland Roberts, Sheena Roberts, Valerie SaintPierre, Elaine Scott, Michelle Simpson, Holly Stirling, Dominic Viall, Matthew Watson and Allison Whitehead.

Very special thanks go to Carla Moss.

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Music and words by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman. Used by permission of Music Sales Ltd. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured;

Tea For two Words by Irving Caesar, music by Vincent Youmans © 1920 Harms Inc, USA Warner/Chappell Music Ltd, London W6 8BS. Reproduced by permission of International Music Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved;

The Addams family Words and music by Vic Mizzy © 1964 Unison Music, USA. EMI Music Publishing Ltd, London, WC2H OQY. Reproduced by permission of International Music Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Europe only;

The hippopotamus song Words by Michael Flanders, music by Donald Swann © 1952 Chappell Music Ltd, London W6 8BS. Reproduced by permission of International Music Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved;

The way you look tonight Music by Jerome Kern, words by Dorothy Fields © 1936 T B Harms & Company Inc, USA and Jerome Kern. 50% Warner Chappell Music Limited, Griffin House 161 Hammersmith Road, London W6 (50%)/Polygram Music Publishing Limited, 47 British Grove, London W4 (50%). Used by permission of Music Sales Ltd and International Music Publications Limited. All Rights. Reserved. International Copyright Secured;

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Waltz from The merry widow Original words by Leo Stein and Viktor Leon. English translation by Adrian Ross. Music by Franz Lehar. © 1964 Glocken Verlag Ltd. Chappell Music Ltd, London W6 8BS. Reproduced by permission of International Music Publications Limited. All rights reserved;

We all stand together Words and music by Paul McCartney © 1984 MPL Communications Ltd;

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Viola - Philip Dukes Piano - Helen Crayford

Engineered by Andrew Lynwood at Winterbrook Recording Studio, London

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A friend in DEED, 10 10 I came from Alabama, 42 32 Secret agents, 28 21
A stitch in time, 14 12 Shalom (a round), 72 52
A-tisket, a-tasket, 6 8 Jupiter, 58 42 Short'nin' bread, 75 54
Au clair de la lune, 23 18 Kalinka,60 44 Skye boat song, 57 42
Spinning wheel, 13 12
Barcarolle, 87 62 Lavender's blue, 47 34 Stand by me, 56 41
Beauty and the Beast, 86 61 Little bird, 29 22 Summer is icumen in (a round), 73 52
Big Ben, 34 26 Little playmates, 7 8 Summer shine, 30 22
Bobby Shafto, 3 5 London Bridge, 54 40 Suo-gCin,16 14
Brown bread, 33 25 London's burning (a round), 52 38 Supercalifragilistic-
Long, long ago, 38 29 expialidocious, 5 7
C major scale 59 (Meet the) Flintstones, 41
C major arpeggio 59 30 Tea for two, 55
Call of the carousel, 48 Merrily we roll along, 19 15 40
35 Millennium, 88 62 The Addams family, 81 57
Chim chim cher-ee, 83 58
Clown dance, 21 16 Miss Mary Mac, 25 19 The hippopotamus song, 53 39
Mobile phone, 8 9 The mocking bird, 82 57
D major scale 27 Morningtown ride, 43 32 The old bazaar in Cairo, 61 44
D major arpeggio 49 Muck! (a round), 62 45 The shepherdess (a round), 69 49
The song that never stops, 26 20
Dance of the cuckoos, 68 49 Nocturne, 90 63 The way you look tonight, 40
Daydreamer, 45 33 30
Dumplins, 65 47 Ode to joy, 39 29 Troika, 44 33
Off to France in the morning, 36 27 Turn the glasses over (a round), 35 26
EastEnders, 78 55 Old MacDonald, 32 24 Twinkle, twinkle little bow, 24 18
Edelweiss, 50 37 On top of Old Smokey, 51 38 Waltz, 63
Eee-abba-dabba-dee!12 11 One finger dance, 11- 11 46
Egyptian snake dance, 71 51 Watch out kookaburra!
Part of your world, 74 (a round), 89 63
Feed the birds, 59 43 53 We all stand together, 49 36
Fiddle fanfare, 9 9 Pease pudding hot, 20 16 Welsh lullaby, 16 14
Frere Jacques, 15 13 Pizz A pizza! 2 5 We're off to see the Wizard, 70 50
Pizzon D, 1 4 What shall we do with
G major arpeggio 49 Pop! goes the weasel, 67 48 the drunken sailor? 76 54
G major scale 24 Puff the magic dragon, 64 47 When the saints go marching in, 4 6
Racing driver (a round), 37 28 Whistle while you work, 27 20
Halfway down the stairs, 31 23 Ragamuffin's rag, 84 59 Who will buy? 85 60
Happy birthday, 79 56 Road monsters, 22 17 Windmill song, 17 14
Heigh-ho, 80 56 Roses from the South, 46 34 Winter wonderland, 77 55
Hot cross buns, 18 15 Row, row, row your boat
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(a round), 66 48 n V ~ +

D.C.al Fine D.S.al Fine s.b.

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arco

ostinato pizzicato (pizz.) rallentando (rail.) staccato

tenuto

down-bow up-bow

lift bow in circular motion left hand pizzicato

repeat from the beginning (Da Capo) up to Fine (the end) repeat from * (the sign) up to Fine (the end)

slow bow

fast bow

n V n zig-zag bowing pattern

V n V zig-zag bowing pattern crescendo - get gradually louder diminuendo - get gradually quieter pause

with bow

a repeated musical phrase plucked

get gradually slower short and detached held, lasting full length

(piano) quiet (forte) loud

(mezzo piano) moderately quiet (mezzo forte) moderately loud

p f mp mf

allegro andante cantabile confuoco

con spirito dolce espressivo legato leggiero maestoso misterioso moderato tempo di valse

fast and lively

at a leisurely pace in a singing style with fire

with spirit sweetly expressively smoothly

lightly majestically mysteriously

at a moderate speed like a waltz

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