SongTrellis
Music and Musical Know-how For You

Members
Join Now
Login

Home | How-Tos | Directory | Our Composers | The Rhythms | Play Rhythm | Rhythm Web | Tonematrix | Chord Grid | The Changes | Song Discussions | Public Ideas | SongTrellis Recommends... | Video Links | Great Performances | SongTrellis Music Editor | The Lessons | Jukebox | The Animations | Our Contributors | Latest Topics | Tunetext | Workscore Chord Entry | Chord Entry By Grid | Workscore Composer | Music Tool Lore | Harmonic Interval Palette | Harmony Projects | Search | Video Demonstrations | Playlists | What's a Songtrellis? | FAQ | Feedback


Great Divisions

Composer David Luebbert    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 12/12/99; 7:37:01 PM
Msg# 57 (top msg in thread)
Prev/Next 56/58
Reads 3724


Download track using:   

This tune reminds me of Dr. Seuss' The Great Butter Battle. A strange disturbed melody repeats twice and then a series of strong chords divides the tune in two, like a wall. On the other side of the wall the chord sequence used at the beginning of the tune plays backwards although the melody used there is very similar to that used in the front section. Kind of like groups that would fight because one eats bread with the other side up and the other with the butter side down. Spring of 1996.

Launch the SongTrellis Excerpt Service for this track (Follow the link)

Customize this piece: Prepare scores for transposing instruments. Transpose the score to a new key. Change tempo. Clip an excerpt for your own practice, study, or composition work. Loop that in your browser or download it if you wish.

Video Demo: Excerpt Service Basics   Video Demo: Saving Excerpts

blog comments powered by Disqus

Please join our community at SongTrellis. Our contributors welcome your comments, suggestions and requests. As soon as you join the site (or login if you are a member) a response form will appear here.

To include this sound in a page, type "Great Divisions 4", including the quotes.

Check home page to learn about newly submitted tunes, chord progressions, and rhythms.

 
 




Last update: Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 7:37 PM.