Music for Children Vol. III Major: Dominant and Subdominant Triads, adapted by Margaret Murray, is an essential part of every Orff teacher's library. The instrumentation and range of keys are increased beyond those of the prior two volumes. The settings include the chords on the 4th and 5th notes of the major scale.
The Dominant Triad; If all the world were paper; Bass parts for timpani
For recorder and timpani: The riddling knight; Ten short pieces for dancing; Carillon de Vendome; The old woman and her pig; A good-night; Morning
Other Keys: Deux chansons de jeu (Sur le Pont d'Avignon; En revenant de Versailles); No John No; Beauty's spell; Riddles
The Subdominant Triad: Street Song; Pieces for xylophone; The man in the moon; Malbrough; Dance-song; Festive procession; Lord Thomas of Winesbury; Dashing away with the smoothing iron
Sevenths and Ninths: This Old Man; Fior di viola; La Violette; Rundadinella; Sacred Yodelling Song; Mater et Filia; Polka from the Ennstal; Two polkas; English Dances (Rufty Tufty; Rakes of Mallow; Hunt the Squirrel; Up Tails All; The Phoenix)
Time-change dances: Two dances for singing and playing (Dance-song, Hector Protector)