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Flow the Rattlesnake (Tunes for Teaching)

By Andy Mullen 


This quarantune (a song written during the Covid-19 quarantine) is in the Freygish mode (also known as Phrygian dominant.) I actually originally wrote it in Locrian, but it didn't quite set right. 

This song has built in opportunities for echoing, as well as improvisation. 

Flo the Rattlesnake melody - Flow the Rattlesnake (Tunes for Teaching)

Additional verse:

Deep in the desert, where most of us won't go.
I see you've met Florence, who just goes by "Flow."
She doesn't like echoes, she sees it as a diss. 
Be careful, be cautious, be different with your hiss.
50 Tunes for Teaching - Flow the Rattlesnake (Tunes for Teaching)

Fifty Tunes for Teaching

Check out this book which contains 50 new songs with and without words for use in the general music class. Sequenced according to Gordon's Music Learning Theory. 

About the author Andy Mullen

Andy Mullen is a teacher, folk musician, multi-instrumentalist, recovering singer-songwriter, and lifelong learner. He has taught all levels of students in a number of subjects, and is currently a middle school general music and choir teacher in Burlington, Massachusetts. Mr Mullen holds Masters degrees in Music Education and School Administration, as well as certification from the Gordon Institute of Music Learning (GIML) in Elementary General Level 2 and Early Childhood Music. He is the author of "MLT Any Music Teacher Can Du...De," "The Literate Musician" and "Fifty Tunes for Teaching," and the composer of the children's album, "Chucka Chucka Wawa."

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