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Message: Re: Making the tonic chord a Dominant 7?

Changed By: jacobass
Change Date: June 05, 2017 11:55AM

Re: Making the tonic chord a Dominant 7?
Hmmm, must be the version you're listening to. On the official video, in the 2nd chorus, the melody is the same on that particular line.

The upper background vocal is Bb. How about

Dbmaj7 / / / Cm7 / / / Fsus/C / / / F / / / ? Play that on pinao, it seems to work well with the vocal melody.
The upper background vocal (on the extended word 'Happy') is Bb. How about

Dbmaj7 / / / Cm7 / / / Fsus/C / / / F / / / ? Play that on piano, it seems to work well with the vocal melody.

Anyhow, it's just a good example of how we can consider the vocal melody when analyzing harmony.
Changed By: jacobass
Change Date: June 05, 2017 11:54AM

Re: Making the tonic chord a Dominant 7?
Hmmm, must be the version you're listening to. On the official video, in the 2nd chorus, the melody is the same on that particular line.

Anyhow, it's just a good example of how we can consider the vocal meody when analyzing harmony.
Hmmm, must be the version you're listening to. On the official video, in the 2nd chorus, the melody is the same on that particular line.

The upper background vocal is Bb. How about

Dbmaj7 / / / Cm7 / / / Fsus/C / / / F / / / ? Play that on pinao, it seems to work well with the vocal melody.

Anyhow, it's just a good example of how we can consider the vocal melody when analyzing harmony.

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Author: jacobass
Date: June 05, 2017 11:50AM

Re: Making the tonic chord a Dominant 7?
Hmmm, must be the version you're listening to. On the official video, in the 2nd chorus, the melody is the same on that particular line.

Anyhow, it's just a good example of how we can consider the vocal meody when analyzing harmony.