Classical Jazz '05

 

 

SOP - 63. Morgan Page Reveals the Rule of 3: Julia Michaels and

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Bob Tozier Artist: Bob Tozier
School: North Allegheny
Notes:

3:00 - Julia Michaels - Issues

5:00 - Level of Commitment

6:40 - IV - V - iii

9:00 - Keep us guessing - Acoustic Mix

10:00 - Rule of 3 Question and Answer

13:00 - Tuned Percussion - Drones

18:00 - Layering vs. Removing

24:00 - Maroon 5

28:50 - Change and Focus

31:00 - Beatles

33:00 - Classical References

 


Comments

Ainsley Ferron from: North Allegheny - posted: October 1, 2018
The song "Sleepover" by Hayley Kiyoko utilizes a rule of 3 in the verse with the guitar, drums, and her voice. 



Chelsea Chao from: North Allegheny - posted: October 9, 2018
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas" is a classic holiday song that incorprates the rule of three in its lyrics, specifically in the chorus. The song starts off with "we wish you a Merry Christmas," then repeats twice more. Following this, the next group of three's is "oh, bring us a figgy pudding." The final trio of lyrics sings "we won't go until we get some."



Aman Khalid from: North Allegheny - posted: October 11, 2018
Beethoven's Fifth Sympony in C minor is a fantastic example of the rule of three in writing a melody line: After the dramatic introduction in the 1st movement, a pattern of three groupings of three eighth notes outlines various chords in three distinct statements, the final one being a powerful return to C minor, setting up the next three statements.



Jack Lopuszynski from: North Allegheny - posted: October 14, 2018
The Refrain of Young Blood by Five Seconds of Summer follows the rule of threes for the most part - there is the bassline outlining the chords, the vocal, and the percussion part. 



Trey Tillotson from: North Allegheny - posted: October 17, 2018
Chord progressions are neat, especially when pop songs don't just use the I, IV, V, and iv chords over and over again.  



Trey Tillotson from: North Allegheny - posted: October 17, 2018
Chord progressions are neat, especially when pop songs don't just use the I, IV, V, and iv chords over and over again.  



Aman Khalid from: North Allegheny - posted: October 17, 2018
Bach's Chaconne for solo violin is a great example of the rule of three, in that the violin takes on three voices in the form of a chord progression that outlines the melody, the occasional fourth voice manifesting as a baseline; Hilary Hahn does a fantastic job of voicing in her performance of the Chaconne.



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