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Texturally and dynamically, the song ascends and descends in waves. At each climax, the vocals and other instruments suddenly come together into near rhythmic unison as well as swelling in volume. Percussion plays a purely textural rather than rhythmic role, providing a wash of sound behind everything else at crucial moments.
the song only has like?? 352 views on youtube when i listened. But, THANK U SO MUCH. this has been really helpful. if there's anything else you can add pls do. i quite liked the song
It is literally everything people hate about jazz, but I actually don't mind it. I tend to go in for even more chaotic experimental stuff like Allan Holdsworth (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8qJg6xxD4s). What else in particular do you want to know, and what do you need the information about this song for?
okay wow definitely that was a very chaotic piece of music. it's a thing for class and to make notes on stuff happening with the dynamics, melody all that but i am completely stuck.
Melody- slow, rubato. Uses tense notes over the chords. A mixture of steps an leaps for effect. Leaps used in more dramatic fashion. Starts with consonant major scale melody, builds to clarinet solo using tense scales like diminished and melodic minor.
Rhythm- The tempo is 50ish beats per minute. The drums barely give a pulse though. Most instrumental parts are long, held, dotted notes or rubato melodies.
Structure- Not very structured. It just builds up to a crescendo and winds down again, on the whole.
Dynamics- increase and decrease in wave like fashion, peaking at the crescendo about 2/3 of the way in.
Texture- Technically just homophonic, but the arrangement is fairly thin so it almost seems like the singing is alone. Melodies are carried by brass, vocals, piano and clarinet, and they sometimes intertwine. The texture thickens at the climax, and all the smaller crescendos.
Harmony- Dissonant, held, altered dominant and diminished chords, used impressionistically for colour.