Linear Wheel of 5ths

Submitted by Connie Stinnett

One day when we were off for weather, I sat around and looked at the relations between the sharps and flats. I was surprised to see so many mirrored patterns. Maybe someone else could see the wheel of 5ths more easily in this, too

Linear Wheel of 4ths/5ths

Number #b  Names #bPositions #b Key(s)
7 #  F,C,G,D,A,E,B  4,1,5,2,6,3,7. C#M/A#m
6 #  F,C,G,D,A,E1,5,2,6,3,7. F#M/D#m
5 #  F,C,G,D,A5,2,6,3,7. BM/G#m
4 #  F,C,G,D2,6,3,7. EM/C#m
3 #  F,C,G6,3,7. AM/F#m
2 #  F,C3,7 DM/Bm
1 #  F7GM/Em
0 #bCM/Am
1 bB4FM/Dm
2 bB,E1,4 BbM/Gm
3 bB,E,A5,1,4EbM/Cm
4 bB,E,A,D2,5,1,4AbM/Fm
5 bB,E,A,D,G6,2,5,1,4Dbm/Bbm
6 bB,E,A,D,G,C3,6,2,5,1,4GbM/Ebm
7 b B,E,A,D,G,C,F.7,3,6,2,5,1,4CbM/Abm

Lyrics for Low Rider and Evil Ways

Submitted by Connie Stinnett

Low Rider by Clarence “Sonny” Henry 1967

All my friends know the low rider
The low rider is a little higher

Low rider drives a little slower
Low rider is a real goer

Low rider knows every street, yeah
Low rider is the one to meet, yeah

Low rider don’t use no gas now
Low rider don’t drive too fast

Take a little trip, take a little trip
Take a little trip and see

Take a little trip, take a little trip
Take a little trip with me

Evil Ways by Jerry Goldstein and War 1974

You’ve got to change your evil ways, baby
Before I stop lovin’ you
You’ve got to change, baby
And every word that I say is true

You got me runnin’ and hidin’ all over town
You got me sneakin’ and a-peepin’ and runnin’ you down
This can’t go on
Lord knows, you got to change, baby

Baby, when I come home, baby
My house is dark and my pots are cold
You hang around, baby
With Jean and Joan and-a who knows who

I’m gettin’ tired of waiting and fooling around
I’ll find somebody who won’t make me feel like a clown
This can’t go on
Lord knows, you got to change

Holiday Carol Trivia Recital

December 9, 2021

Left-to-Right: Harvey Jackson, Kahn Lee, Art Hensler, Carlos Miller, Sandy Boyes, Andy Rosenberg, Dennis Zerby, Donna Mullins, Marilyn Katzmark, John Rasinski, Kathy Jesser, Sandy Bee Lynn, Connie Stinnett, Valeria DiNarda, Anne Lazzerini, Debbie Huebeck, Jaime Madrigal

P R O G R A M

Harvey Jackson – French Horn
     O Holy Night

Sandy Bee Lynn and Andy Rosenberg – Viola Duet
     Good King Wenceslas

Dennis Zerby – Oboe
     In the Bleak Mid-Winter

Orientation Cello Trio
     Anne Lazzerini, Jaime Madrigal, Debbie Huebeck
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Up on the Housetop

Kathy Jesser – Trombone
     Birthday of a King

Kathy Jesser and Connie Stinnett –
Trombone and Cello Duet
     O Little Town of Bethlehem

Connie Stinnett and Marilyn Katzmark –
Cello and Violin Duet
     Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

John Rasinski – Tenor Saxophone
     Tonight in Bethlehem

Novice Ensemble
     Sandy Boyes, Art Hensler, Marilyn Katzmark,
     and Carlos Miller, Violins
     Donna Mullins and Connie Stinnett, Violas
     Debbie Huebeck, Valerie DiNarda, Cello
     Jaime Madrigal, Bass
     Kahn Lee, Trumpet
Frosty the Snowman
Holly Jolly Christmas

Holiday Carol Trivia Recital Winners

Joyce Evans and John McDowell