Defying Gravity lesson 2,3 and 4 - Coggle Diagram
Defying Gravity lesson 2,3 and 4
I leitmotif is a specific melody that occurs when a certain event or character happens on stagei
Unlimited, comes from "somewhere over the rainbow and "the wizard and I
You can still be with the wizard comes from another song earlier in the musical
Very distinct leitmotif in the lead up to verses.
The hoom in the chorus is where the title in the chorus is sung and is the most memorable part of the song. It follows the D major triad and is syballix
2 violins, cello, double bass and bass guitar, synth, 4 reed parts, 2 trumpets, 2 french horns, harp, piano, drum kit
Belt: a brassy, full-voiced tone often reserved for the peak of the song. Uses ‘chest voice’.
Twang: a head-voice tilt on the sound, giving it an edge that can help the flip from speech to song.
Straight-tone singing: avoiding vibrato, for clarity or naturalism.
Bloom: where the singer warms up a note with vibrato, particularly a long held note right at the end of a number.
Forward projection: placing the sound forward, ‘in the mask’.
Breathy tone: floating the note on the breath without centering
Sparse texture with stab chords. Mostly Monophonic. Colla voce
Changes to melody dominated homophony (where there is one line of music and an accompaniment underneath it.
melody dominated homophony with moments of homophonic chords.
The accompaniment is embellished with an ostinato (repeated melodic or rhythmic pattern,.
Occasions of two part vocal writing.
Contrapuntal/polyphonic with three opposing parts from bar 168