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Boomwhackers® Tube Sheet Music: Go Tell Aunt Rhodie
The tune is thought by some to have been derived from an air composed for a 1752 opera by the philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau. It was extracted as a song and printed in many settings, including shape note tunebooks that permeated areas of the U.S. where "Aunt Rhody" later appeared. It is believed that this is the source for the "Aunt Rhody" tune.
Sheet Music Features:
* Big Notes
* MP3 Play-Along Track
* Written in Color Notation
**No Line Notation and with Letter version
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