Ukulele is a fairly easy instrument to learn, especially with my background with guitar. However, just because I play guitar does not make me a an automatic master of the uke. The ukulele is very different from guitar. There are fewer strings and the strings’ notes are completely different. The guitar is also much bigger than the ukulele, therefore the frets are closer
First of all, I think Andrew Bird is one of the most incredible and talented musicians of our time. He is truly a genius. In this live performance, which I always find to be raw and authentic, a genuine feeling is given to this already amazing song. You also can observe how multi-talented Andrew bird is, using only a female guitarist/vocalist as his accompaniment besides his voice and violin (which is used in unique was) to create a very strings-heavy song. At first he starts out by strumming his violin, a technique I’ve never seen done so well, with no other accompaniment but a female guitarist by his side.
This recording is a classic and inspiring example of the sweetness of pop, the passionate vigor of soul, and the groovy feel of R&B. There are many compositional techniques used to convey message in this song. First there is the bass guitar, which provides the melody throughout the song. It begins with a low pitch, and gradually increases until a climactic rise in the mood of the song during the chorus. This could be a representation of being at the lowest point in life, only to rise from the ashes.
The bell interior has a lacquer finish that gives it a gold wash look and a good contrast against the black nickel body. This Giardinelli GTB-897 is one of the most popular trombones that stand out as beautiful to the eye with a great tone for the ear.
Idea B is unified in the piece keeping the same instruments as Idea A to keep the rhythm. The dominant instruments during Idea B introduces new sound sources and adds variety to the piece. The overall pitch of this piece is low but the piano during 2:18-3:17 gives variety by introducing a higher pitch.
In addition the string and wind instruments have soft tones that couple with her voice to give the version a dreamy feel. In comparison, Kamakawiwo’oles timbre is pure, soft and breathy, that also gives a dreamy feel in the beginning of the piece. As the song continues however the Ukulele begins to dominate with a lusher and fuller timbre. In contrast, the timbre of the piano in Tatum’s version differs greatly from the soft timbre of Kamakawiwo’oles voice, because it is dense and has strong articulations.
Some of the comon traits of soft rock music is that it is very melodic and often puts a lot emphasis on vocal harmonies. Intruments that are comon in this gerne are acoustic guitars, pianos, synthazisers. Then wehn it comes to the comon themes that are in soft rock, they almost all seem to talk about love and romance. Mostly love, everyday life, and relationships, these all seem to be very popular themes in this genre. About the song 1.
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