Note that where both primary and secondary sources are mentioned, the one given first has been used in this book.
2.1 'The Bonny Lass o' Fyvie' (Scottish ballad tune). In The Scottish Folksinger, ed. Norman Buchan and Peter Hall, 90. Tune slightly altered to a more familiar version (at least to me): (a) complete tune; (b) outline of (a), minus passing notes; (c) the same, with some notes transposed down an octave and the implied Bass
3.1 The evolution of the children's chant: (a) one-note stage; (b) first attempt at twonote patterns; (c) two-note stage; (d) complete chant
3.2 Variants of the children's chant: (a) plain (two-note) form; (b) decorated (threenote) form; (c) truncated form
3.3 The 'classic' form of the children's chant: (a) simple duple; (b) compound duple
3.4 Railway porter's chant. In Scholes, The Oxford Companion to Music, 'Melody: 2. Origin of Melody', 626.
3.5 'Shack Bully Holler'. In American Ballads and Folk Songs, ed. John A. and Alan Lomax), 45.
3.6 The priority order of the harmonic series
3.7 Slovakian spring song. In Elschek, 'Czechoslovakia, §II,2: Folk music, Slovakia, (ii) Historical styles'; in New Grove, v. 132, Ex. 7.
3.8 The call third: 'Let's Play Cops and Robbers!'. Heard in a school playground.
3.9 Variants of the call third
3.10 The chordal structure of the children's chant
3.11 Andean tune. In R. and M. Harcourt, La Musique des Incas et ses survivances, 156. Quoted in Nettl, Folk and Traditional Music of the Western Continents, 192.
3.12 'Na more utushka kupalasya' ('On the Sea there Swam a Little Duck', Russian folk song). In Taruskin, 'Russian Folk Melodies in The Rite of Spring', 521, Ex. 10c. First published in Sbornik Russkikh Narodnykh Pesen (One Hundred Russian Folk Songs, ed. Rimsky-Korsakov, 1877), no. 88.
3.13 'Guy Fawkes Guy' (English children's song), beginning. In The English Folksinger, ed. Sam Richards and Tish Stubbs, 155. According to a note (p. 156), 'Sung by a group of children, Hollingworth Lake, Littleborough, Lancashire. Collected by Ian and Susan Parr, 1969.'
3.14 Song of the Uitoto Indians of Colombia. Quoted in Sachs, The Rise of Music in the Ancient World, East and West, 37, Ex. 9, where it is described as 'after Bose'. Words omitted in the original.