ITT we solve the question above us [Part 6] (866)

410 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7574 20:01

Wow, I have no idea. Probably the last time I went to a family restaurant, but I have no idea when that was either. They always have a tin of cheap crayons and disposable placemats with cereal box-esque puzzles on them at that kind of place, you know what I mean?

In the folk tune John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, for the second, shouted reiteration of his (your?) name, just before the da's, is it better to sing "Jacob" with a rhythm of straight eighths or a dotted eighth and sixteenth? How do the Germans do it?
And while we're on the subject, how do you feel about syncopating "his name is" so that "name" is off the beat?
also, and I know this is really pushing it, but are "name" and "too" supposed to be a half-step or a full step apart?

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