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  • Jack White is an American musician that sings, plays guitar, and occasionally acts. He also is a songwriter and a record producer. His musical instruments also range in variety with vocals, guitar, piano, organ, bass, drums, marimba, mandolin, xylophone and clavioline. He became one of the most influential people in rock music in the early the 21st century. He has achieved a huge amount of mainstream success throughout his musical career. As the front man of “The White Stripes,” Jack White helped restore the popularity of punk blues. He is considered by many as one of the best guitar players of the 21st century.
  • Jack White was born in Southwest Detroit, Michigan on July 9th, 1975. He was born with the name John Anthony Gillis. He grew up in a lower middle class neighborhood in southwest Detroit with a large, working class catholic family. He was described as a kid with short hair and braces.Jack was the youngest of ten children and was close to his catholic roots. The church played a big role in shaping his views during his growing years. Jack White served as an altar boy to consider a pursuit in a life the priesthood. At age fourteen he thought it was possible he might have had the calling to be a priest.
  • It was at age five that White began to learn the drums. He and his childhood friend, Dominic Suchyta, would listen to records in White’s attic on the weekends and began to record cover songs on an old 4 track. Jack Whites musical preferences were not the same as his classmates. Many of his classmates were into the hip hop and electronic genres of the surrounding Detroit neighborhoods. Instead as a teenager, Jack White was already interested in and listening to the blues, 1960’s rock that would influence him in “The White Stripes”. Shortly after this happened he got his first paid musical gig by playing the drums for a popular local Detroit band called “Goober and the Peas.” He also played in other local bands as well as doing solo shows. Because of being a fan of the blues, rock and roll, R&B, and 1960’s era, he began writing the first recordings of his own compositions before starting high school.
  • In 1990, at age fifteen, he began working a three year upholsterer’s apprentice with a family friend. He and his friend Brian Muldoon trained here for a future career in the furniture trade business. His friend introduced him to punk music during their time together at the apprenticeship. Jack White soon had his own business and named it Third Man Upholstery. He was sidetracked with writing poetry and drifted away from a career in upholstery. Jack White credits his friend Brian Muldoon with exposing him to punk rock music and urging him to play music together as a band. Muldoon played the drums so Jack White said, “I guess I’ll play the guitar (it might get loud). They both ended up recording a demo album under Moniker, and then they both recorded an album “Makers of High Grade Suites,” from “The Upholsterers.”
  • Jack met Meg White and were married on September 21, 1996 and were divorced on March 24, 2000. Three years later he met Renee Zellwegar during the filming of Cold Mountain. There breakup became public up in December 2004.
  • In June of 2005 Jack White met and married model Karen Elson. A year later in 2006 they had a daughter that they named Scarlett Teresa White. The following year in 2007 they had a son that they named Henry Lee White. In June of 2011 they threwa divorce party to celebrate their sixth anniversary and the "making and breaking of the sacred union of marriage,"
  • Jack White has been in multiple bands including The Upholsters, Two Star Tabernacle, Goober & The Peas and The Hentchmen. He also has had three main bands that have been very successful bands that I’m going to go share about. They include The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather. He is about to release his solo album titled Blunderbuss.
  • In 1997 Jack White formed “The White Stripes” with his ex wife Meg White. Their bands career started with playing aside local bands as part of the Michigan garage rock underground music scene. They named themselves The White Stripes and preformed their debut at a local Detroit nightclub during the summer of 1997.Doing this for the next two years they created a name for themselves they were signed to Italy Records and in 1999 The White Stripes released their self titled album. The album featured the single “The Big Three Killed My Baby,” which had low sales but good critical reviews. After this album they came out with their sophomore album “De Stiji,” which also impressed critics. Following “De Stiji” The White Stripes earned international attention with the album “White Blood Cells.” It became one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the decade. Follow ups Elephant, Get Behind Me Satan and Icky Thump have secured The White Stripes’ place in the pantheon of rock legends.
  • Jack White went on to help found the rock band The Raconteurs in 2005. In The Raconteurs White aimed towards a more traditional structured band. They named their debut album “Broken Soldiers.” The album had a lot of success. They still branched out as their reputation grew, building upon an initially minimalist sound with elements of metal, backwoods country, pop, and early rock and roll.
  • After having a family and already two successful bands Jack White created a third. In 2009 White became the founder of his third band The Dead Weather. In this band Jack White played the drums.
  • Even With three chart topping band that White created, he continued to make music with other side projects and musicians, such as, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan, Electric Six, Insane Clown Posse and Loretta Lynn.
  • In 2008 Alicia Keys and Jack White teamed up together on the song “Another Way to Die,” which is the theme song for the James Bond film Quantum of Solace.In 2011 White joined with Norah Jones on a musical project jointly created by American producer Danger Mouse and Italian composer Daniele Lippi. The album was released in May of 2011 to universal acclaim from music critics. White is getting ready to release his debut solo album “Blunderbuss” on April 24, of this year.
  • Rolling Stone ranked him as number seventeen on its “The Greatest Guitarists of All Time” (lyricsfreak.com).He helped his idol Loretta Lynn, whose album he produced and performed on.
  • In 2011 Jack White was awarded the title of “Nashville Music City Ambassador,” by the Nashville mayor Karl Dean (consequenceofsound.net).
  • The White Stripes almost single handedly revived thumping garage rock and earned them three Grammy’s for Best Alternative Music Album (whitestripes.com).The Raconteurs had a lot of success including winning two nominations at the 2007 Grammy Awards as well as Rolling Stone and Spin ranking the album on their yearend lists (askmen.com). In 2008 he won the Satellite Award for Best Original Song for "Another Way to Die," From movie Quantum of Solace.
  • “Two Against One,” a project by Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi featuring Jack White. Danger Mouse teamed up with Italian composer Daniele Luppi to produce a baroque hit song featuring Jack White. The song was released in 2011 by EMI records. Their album was influenced by Spaghetti Westerns and has been five years in the making (www.thisisfakediy.co.uk). They used different instruments with different musicians to create a vintage sound that didn’t feel out of date.
  • Jack White spent many hours driving around listening to the instrumental mixes while recording his ideas on a hand help tape recorder. This was how Jack White created the knockout octave vocals for the song “Two Against One”. White sings over an eerie style of backup vocals. The song is about a mercenary character in a heroic battle with his self loathing. This was Jack White’s first song released since The White Stripes split (www.newsinglesreview.com).
  • From Jack Whites first hit band The White Stripes. It is from their album Elephant and is titled, “Seven Nation Army”. White plays the guitar and sings while Meg White plays the drums. This song turned into one of the catchiest songs of Meg’s and his career. It is one of the most memorable riffs of all time. It started the rebirth of retro guitar rock. It was recorded in April 2002 at London’s Toe Rag Studios and released April 1, 2003 by V2 Records. The riff was created at a sound check by White before a show. The storyline of the song is about a protagonist discovering that his friends are talking about him behind his back. It is about the gossip that Jack and Meg White went through as well as the people they were dating
  • This song reached number one on the Modern Rock Tracks for three weeks and won 2004’s Grammy Award for Best Rock Song. Rolling Stone placed this song at number 21 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of all time. It only made it to number 76 on the Billboard Hot 100 but can be heard in many soccer stadiums and other sports venues (www.idolator.com). There are multiple awards and ranking for “Seven Nation Army”.
  • The song is called “Another Way to Die”. It was released in the United States September 30, 2008 by Label RCA (www.allmusic.com).It is the theme song from the 2008 James Bond movie Quantum of Solace. Jack White wrote and produced. This song features Jack White playing the guitar and drums and Alicia Keys singing part of the vocals. Throughout the song Alicia Keys is mimicking Jack Whites voice. The chorus is White and Keys singing in unison. Jack White and Alicia Keys bring a newfound sense of grit and determination as well as staying close to the classic theme. It is built around strings, horns, and haunting piano.
  • This song is the first duet in the Bond film series and was nominated for Best Short Form Music Video at the 2009 Grammy Awards. It was also nominated for Best Song at the 2008 Critics Choice Awards and won Best Original Song at the Satellite Awards the same year (aceshowbiz.com). In the United States it debuted at number 81 on the Billboard Top 100 and was the first James Bond theme song to feature on a Triple J Hottest 100 playlist.
  • From his second hit band and titled “Steady As She Goes.” It is the debut single by Whites band The Raconteurs from their first album Broken Boy Soldiers. It was written and produced by both Jack White and his friend Brendan Benson. This was the first song ever written by White and Benson. The label is by Third Man Records and was released May 16, 2006.The song is straight forward and upbeat while White and Benson both share the vocals in it. In the United States the song reached number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. Rolling Stone Magazine called the song “the second best song of 2006,” just behind “Crazy,” by Gnarls Barkley. In 2007 the song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals(www.allmusic.com).
  • 0:00 is the introduction that starts out has instruments only. It is rather soft and mellow with smooth movements. It has a steady rhythm and you can clearly hear a nylon string guitar picking away. 0:08 White comes in with vocals to start the first verse. The music basically continues in from the introduction the same way. Timbre does introduce background drums and symbols that join the guitar. 0:24 the chorus starts with female vocal harmonics and it goes into a repititious form. It has a very joful tempo. It has a homophony texture.
  • 0:42 is the second verse that goes back to contrast with dynamics that are soft. Timbre makes it easy to hear the new electric guitar upstrokes. 0:56 is the start of the second chorus. The dynamics rise a little and harmonics vocals in the background create a monophonic texture.1:17 is the bridge and solo. There is a clear guitar and bass that play a solo with steady rhythm and a poppy beat. 1:30 begins the third verse that has the same beat from the rest of the song. Form is contrast as it comes in from the bridge. Timbre is still a clear guitar and symbol sound.1:45 is the final chorus and the melody picks up from the previous verse. Harmony gives a sense of weariness and anxious. It has small variation towards the end and ends with only instruments playing.2:21 is the end.
  • 0:00 is the introduction has is the famous riff that I talked about earlier in this presentation. It is a very smooth and conjunct melody. The harmony makes you want to dance and bob your head. Texture is a simple instrumental monophony.0:15 verse one begins with the timbre introducing White’s voice singing with the same melody and rhythm from the intro. 0:42 the first chorus speeds up the melody and quickly becomes disjunct. Rhythm also picks up and the dynamics. You clearly hear crushing guitar and drums.1:26 is verse 2 that slows down and goes back to a constant beat and monophony texture.
  • 1:56 is again a chorus that speeds up really fast and gets louder. Dynamics get stronger and form goes back to being repetition.2:17 is the bridge that is a guitar solo with large leaps for the melody. Timbre introduces a new guitar sound and the texture is changed to counterpoint.2:51 is verse three and the melody descends in as conjunct movements. Rhythm drops again to steady beats. Harmony goes again to creating a easy feeling.3:23 is the finishing chorus that shifts the melody disjunct. Rhythm and harmony rise to fast and powerful sounds. Form ends being repetitious. Texture ends with multiple elements playing the same melody at the same time.3:50 is the end of the song
  • 0:00 is the introduction and has very wide disjunct movements. Harmony has a rough and tumble atmosphere toit and the texture is up and down creating a counterpoint introduction.0:42 is the first verse that slows the melody and rhythm down. Timbre allows you to hear a low key piano with the slow beat of a drum. Texture is heterophony with vocals being traded off.1:02 is the first chorus that has a melody that blasts high pitched vocals. Dynamics get louder and speed up. Form goes to repetition. 1:37 starts verse two and the melody and rhythm again slow down. The harmony makes it easy to listen to and creates a dissonance feeling.
  • 1:55 goes back into a chorus that speeds up everything with uneven movements. 2:28 is the bridge that has a rhythm that is still the same. Harmony seems forceful creating tension. Form is variation with the melody slightly changing. 2:58 goes into the third verse that goes back to being smooth with clear movements. Harmony has a variation of dissonance sounds leading to the chorus.3:17 is the chorus with the same harmony variation. It has a rhythm with fast upbeat pulse and a form that is repetitious. 3:34 is an extended chorus that continues to the end with a harmony giving you an energetic feeling. Form enters still repetitious until the last couple seconds when it changes to variation. Timbre ends the chorus and the song ends like the intro with many instruments and movements.
  • 0:00 is the introduction that has smooth conjunct movements that ascend slightly towards the end. You get a happy feeling listening to the straight forward rhythm. Form is repetitious and the texture is monophony.0:35 is the first verse that is conjunct but close to being disjunct. Form changes to contrast and timbre distinguishes a guitar riff. Texture is still monophony. 0:43 is the first chorus that picks up the melody, rhythm, dynamics and harmony. Form goes back to repetition and the texture is heterophony with two voices simultaneously singing the same melody.0:58 is verse two that drops the melody to conjunct and rhythm to a constant beat. Texture is changed back to constant and texture is changed back to homophony.1:06 is a chorus that is extended from the first one. Melody is disjunct and jumps to larger leaps. Dynamics get loud and stronger. Form is the same but changes to variation as the chorus is extended.
  • 1:37 is the third voice with the melody pausing a moment before continuing as a conjunct movement. Rhythm is again easy to follow. Form goes back to contrast. Timbre at end of chorus introduces plucking of a guitar.1:57 is a chorus with uneven melody and a rhythm that quickly jumps to faster beats. Dynamics also pick up strong. 2:28 is verse 4 with the timbre introducing what sounds like a distorted keyboard. The dynamics, form, melody, and rhythm are same as previous chorus. The texture is different with heterophony vocals shadowing lead vocals.2:50 is the last chorus that has a melody that ends being disjunct with the last movement being a smooth fade away. Harmony has a little resolution to it. Form repeats its repetition to variation. 3:23 is end of song.

Transcript

  • 1. Ryan Zollinger Music 1010
  • 2. An American Musician Songwriter----Record Producer----Actor MUSICAL GENRESINSTRUMENTS Helped restore the Rock•Singer popularity of Alternative Rock•Guitarist punk blues Garage Rock•Piano Blues Rock•Organ Punk Blues•Bass Indie Rock•Drums Considered as Bluegrass•Marimba one of the best Country Rock•Mandolin guitar players of Alternative Country• Xylophone the 21st century• Clavioline
  • 3. EARLY LIFE Born in Southwest  Catholic Church had a Detroit, Michigan on big influence on him July 9, 1975  Served as an altar boy Born with the name and almost pursued a John Anthony Gillis life as a priest
  • 4. At the age of 5 White began learning the drums. Started recording his own compositionsIn teens he was before starting high interested in the school. blues and 1960’s rock. Played in multiple local bands.He listened to records in his attic and begun to record cover songs.
  • 5.  At 15 White started  Muldoon introduced working a 3 year White to punk music. upholsterer’s apprentice with friend Brian Muldoon  Together they started The Upholsterers. Muldoon played White soon had his drums so White own business that he switched to guitar called Third Man Upholstery
  • 6. FAMILY AND LOVE LIFE Jack met and married  In 2003 White had a Meg White on romantic September 21, 1996 relationship with actress Renée Zellweger. Divorced on March 24, 2000.  Broke up in December 2004
  • 7.  On June 1, 2005 Jack married British model Karen Elson in Manaus, Brazil A year later in 2006 they had a daughter named Scarlett Teresa White In 2007 they had a son named Henry Lee White Divorced in June 2011
  • 8. CAREER--The Upholsterers --Two Star Tabernacle--Goober & The Peas --The Hentchmen The White Stripes(1997-2011) The Raconteurs(2005-Present) The Dead Weather(2008-Present) Solo Album(2012)
  • 9. In 1997 Jack White formed “The White Stripes,” with his ex wife Meg White. In 1999 they signed to Italy Records. ALBUMSThe White Stripes (1999) De Stijl (2000)White Blood Cells (2001) Elephant (2003)Get Behind Me Satan (2005) Icky Thump (2007)
  • 10. In 2005 White went on to help form his second band “The Raconteurs”Traditionally structured band built with elements of:*Metal *Backwoods *Pop*Early Rock and Roll *Country ALBUMS Broken Boy Soldiers(2006) Consolers of the Lonely(2008)
  • 11. After two successful bands, In 2009, Whitefounded the band “The Dead Weather” ALBUMS Horehound(2009) Sea of Cowards(2010)
  • 12. JACK WHITE’S MANY SIDES With now three successful bands, White continued to work on projects and create music with musicians such as: •The Rolling Stones • Jeff Beck •Alicia Keys •Bob Dylan •Electric Six •Insane Clown Posse •Loretta Lynn
  • 13. CAREERCont.. In 2008 he joined Alicia Keys on the James Bond them “Another Way to Die” In 2011 he joined with American producer Danger Mouse and Italian composer Daniele Lippi on a musical project Release of solo album “Blunderbuss.” April 24, 2012
  • 14. AWARDS ANDHONORS Rolling Stone ranked him number 17 on its “The2004 Grammy Awardwinning album “Van Lear Greatest Guitarist of AllRose” Time.”
  • 15. In 2011 White was awardedthe title of “Nashville MusicCity Ambassador,” byNashville mayor Karl Dean
  • 16. AWARDS AND HONORSCONT.. In 2008 he won the Satellite Award for Best Original Song for "Another Way to Die," From movie Quantum of Solace. The White Stripes  Three Grammy’s for Best Alternative Music Album. The Raconteurs  2 nominations at the 2007 Grammy Awards.  Rolling Stone and Spin ranked them on yearend lists.
  • 17. COMPOSITION HISTORY “TWO AGAINST ONE” –Danger Mouse & Daniele LuppiJack White teamed up with Daniele Luppi and DangerMouse.Baroque hit song influenced by Spaghetti Westerns.Five years in the making.Released in 2011 by EMI Records.
  • 18. Hours driving around listening toinstrumental mixes.Sings over an eerie style of backupvocals.Song is about a mercenary character ina heroic battle with his self loathing.First song released since The WhiteStripes split.
  • 19. “SEVEN NATION ARMY” -The White StripesAbout gossipOne of the most memorable riffs of alltimeStarted the rebirth of retro guitar rock.Recorded in April 2002 at London’sToe Rag Studios and released April 2003by V2 Records
  • 20. Reached #1 on ModernRock Tracks for 3 weeksWon 2004’s GrammyAward for Best RockSongRolling Stone placed itat number 21 in its listof the 100 GreatestGuitar Songs of all time.
  • 21. “Another Way to Die” -Jack White & Alicia KeysThe theme song from the 2008 James Bondmovie Quantum of SolaceWhite wrote and producedIt is built around strings, horns, andhaunting piano.White plays guitar and drums while Keys
  • 22.  First duet in the Bond film series Nominated for Best Short Form Music Video at the 2009 Grammy Awards Was the first James Bond theme song to feature on a Triple J Hottest 100 playlist. Nominated for Best Song at the 2008 Critics Choice Awards Won Best Original Song at the Satellite Awards the same year
  • 23. “STEADY AS SHE GOES” -The RaconteursWritten and produced by both Jack White and friendBrendan BensonReleased May 16, 2006 by Third Man RecordsReached #54 on Billboards Hot 100.#1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.Rolling Stone Magazine called the song “the second bestsong of 2006.”Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best RockPerformance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
  • 24. LISTENING GUIDE “TWO AGAINST ONE”0:00 Introduction: The form starts out contract with a harmony in a major key. The dynamics are soft. The melody is conjunct with smooth movements. The rhythm has a steady beat that creates a joyful feeling. The timbre allows you to hear a nylon string guitar being picked. Texture starts out monophony with no vocals.0:08 Verse 1: The dynamics in the verse start low and slightly get stronger at the end of the verse. The form is contrast with a pleasing consonance harmony. The melody in the verse is smooth and clear. The rhythm is clear with a steady beat and pulse. Timbre introduces background drums and symbols with the guitar. Texture continues as monophony with only one voice.0:24 Chorus: Chorus starts with female vocal harmonics that give a deep feeling into the music. The melody has a short arch to it and gives the chorus a repetitious form. The dynamics start low with bursts of it getting stronger, then back down again. Rhythm is upbeat with a joyful tempo. At the end of the chorus the timbre introduces a harpsichord. Female vocals harmonize creating a homophony texture.
  • 25. 0:42 Verse 2: Form in this verse goes back to contrast with dynamics that have a steady soft sound. The harmony gives a slight dissonance feel but still has an easy feel to it. The melody is still smooth with a rhythm of a steady beat. Texture is the same as the introduction. Timbre makes it easy to hear the new upstrokes of an electric guitar. Vocals have a slight raise in pitch than the last verse. Texture is monophonic again with higher pitches in vocals.0:56 Chorus: The dynamics rise a little and harmonic vocals are in the background creating a monophonic texture. The rhythm has a repetition pulse. The melody has a small arch with no large leaps. Form is back to repetition with a timbre that again brings a harpsichord back to the chorus.1:17 Bridge/Solo: The form is the same as introduction as well as the harmony and dynamics. The timbre allows you to hear the clear guitar and bass as they play a solo with a steady rhythm and poppy beat. Texture is counterpoint with several melodies.1:30 Verse 3: Melody is in a conjunct movement. Rhythm is the same steady beat as it is in the whole song. Harmony is still consonance creating pleasing emotions. Dynamics still are soft and slow. Form stays contrast as it comes in from the bridge. Timbre is same as introduction allowing clearly heard symbols and guitar. Texture stays monophony.1:45 Chorus: Melody picks up from the verse and creates a minor disjunct melody. Rhythm again is back to being steady and pleasing to hear. Harmony creates a sense of weariness with a voice that sounds anxious. Dynamics get a little stronger and faster and as like the other choruses it is repetition with a small variation at the end to close the song. Timbre clearly allows you to hear the guitar and bass and then at the end of chorus the vocals stop and you only hear instruments end the song.2:21 End:
  • 26. “SEVEN NATION ARMY”0:00 Introduction: Melody starts out smooth and conjunct. Rhythm has a very solid and low constant beat that picks up with an extra beat. The harmony makes the listener bob their head and want to dance. Dynamics start soft and steady then pick up with a drum beat. The form begins contrast as the drumming joins in with the guitar riff. The timbre makes it really easy to hear the guitar and drums. Texture is a simple instrumental monophony.0:15 Verse 1: Melody stays the same from the introduction. Rhythm continues the same with a harmony of a low tuned guitar giving a slight foreboding feel. Dynamics stay the same as the introduction. The form stays contrast. Timbre stays the same as well as introducing vocals. Distorted vocals are added to the monophony texture.0:45 Chorus: Melody speeds up and quickly becomes disjunct. Rhythm jumps to a faster upbeat and pulse. The harmony jumps to dissonance creating tension. Dynamics get much faster and stronger. Form goes to repetition for the chorus. Timbre allows you to focus on the guitars crushing power chords and introduces symbols from the drums. Texture is homophony and the vocals stop.1:26 Verse 2: Melody slows down to a smooth movement. Rhythm is back down to a constant beat and the harmony goes to consonance giving a pleasing feel. Dynamics slow back down and the form changes back to being contrast. Timbre again makes the guitar and drums very clear to hear. Texture is back to being monophony.
  • 27. 1:56 Chorus: Smooth movements speed up turning the melody disjunct again. Rhythm again jumps to a faster upbeat and harmony goes to giving tension to the song and continues into the upcoming bridge. Dynamics get stronger and also continue strong into the bridge. Form goes back to being repetition and the texture is homophony again throughout verse.2:17 Bridge/Guitar Solo: Harmony and dynamics continue in the same. Melody stays disjunct with large leaps and the rhythm continues as fast paced. Form changes to variation as drumming and guitar both change. Timbre introduces new guitar sound as it plays a solo. Texture is changed to counterpoint. The harmony ends with a sense of release.2:51 Verse 3: Melody is descending from the bridge into conjunct movements. Rhythm drops again to steady constant beats. Harmony goes back to creating an easy feel. Dynamics get soft again. Form fades back into contrast and the timbre is same as introduction and previous verse.3:23 Chorus: Melody shifts to disjunct to end the song. Rhythm rises to a fast and steady beat. Harmony finishes dark and powerful. Dynamics get stronger and end slow and soft. Form ends being repetitious. Timbre ends with an emphasis on the power of the guitar. Texture ends the song with multiple elements playing the same melody at the same time creating a homophony texture.3:50 End:
  • 28. “ANOTHER WAY TO DIE”0:00 Introduction: This introduction is rather long with very wide disjunct movements. The rhythm is very mixed in the introduction with upbeat rhythms that at moments stop and stay solid. Then they pick up again only to slow down for the first verse. Harmony creates a rough and tumble atmosphere. Dynamics start off strong and slow towards the end of the intro. Form is very contrast to start. Timbre allows you to distinguish the horns and piano that jump in and out of the rusty guitar, drums and bass. Texture is all over the place creating a counterpoint intro.0:42 Verse 1: Melody is much slower and smooth. The rhythm slows down to a constant and slow beat. Harmony in the verse creates a strained and aggressive feeling. Dynamics are slow throughout verse and the form stays contrast. Timbre allows you to easily distinguish a low key piano with the slow beat of a drum. Verse starts with vocals being traded off making a heterophony texture.1:02 Chorus: Melody is disjunct with a blast of unison, high pitched vocals. Rhythm picks up a little but is easy to follow. The harmony has two voices singing in unison. One puts off a masculine feel and the other a feminine sexual feel. Dynamics get louder and speed up. Form goes from contrast to repetition. Timbre clearly allows you to hear symbols and hard guitar strokes with low bass. Texture has two vocals singing in unison with a high pitch.1:37 Verse 2: Melody slows down and smoothes out considerably. Rhythm again drops to an easy beat that is easily followed. Harmony makes it easy to listen to while creating a dissonance feeling. Dynamics again are slow and soft. Form goes back to being contrast. Timbre again distinguishes a piano with an easy beat. Texture is sung with two voices again in high pitch being trades off.
  • 29. 1:55 Chorus: Melody again quickly jumps to disjunct with uneven movements. Rhythm quickly jumps and continues through to the bridge. Harmony has a blast with excitement to it. Dynamics jump to a louder and stronger sound. Form changes to repetition and the timbre allows you to clearly hear the heavy guitar strokes. Texture is again in unison for chorus creating a homophony texture.2:28 Bridge: Rhythm that is still the same. Harmony in the bridge seems forceful and creates more tension. Dynamics stay same as the chorus. Form is in a variation as the melody slightly changes with new harmonics. Timbre introduces a trumpet as well as a really rough and distorted guitar. Texture is counterpoint again with variations in vocals and pitch.2:58 Verse 3: Melody drops to smooth and clear movements. Rhythm changes to a constant beat that slowly gets faster. Harmony has a variety of dissonance sounds leading into the chorus. Dynamics again go soft and slow throughout verse. Form goes from variation to contrast. Timbre is the same as previous verse. Texture goes to heterophony.3:17 Chorus: Melody and timbre are both the same as the previous chorus as disjunct. Rhythm has a fast upbeat pulse. Harmony is still dissonance with dynamics that become stronger and continue into the end. Form is repetitious and texture again is homophony.3:34 Extended Chorus: The melody continues disjunct and uneven and descends down to a brief smooth ending. Rhythm continues as fast and upbeat. The dissonance harmony gives you an energetic feeling and is quite catchy. Dynamics end strong until last few seconds they get soft. Form enters still as repetitious until end of the chorus when it changes to variation to end the song. Timbre ends the chorus and song like the introduction with many instruments and movements. Vocals get higher in pitch to close the song with an earnest blast.4:22 End:
  • 30. “STEADY AS SHE GOES”0:00 Introduction: The melody starts out as a smooth conjunct movement. It then ascends slightly towards the end of the introduction. Rhythm is very straight forward and easy to follow. Harmony starts giving a happy feeling. Dynamics start slow and speed up a little towards end of the introduction. Form is repetition and the timbre allows you to easily hear the drums that switch to bass then to guitar. Texture starts out monophony.0:35 Verse 1: The verse seems to be conjunct but close to disjunct. The rhythm continues into verse simple and remains constant. Harmony stays fun and gleeful during the verse. Dynamics stay strong but not too loud. Form changes from repetition to contrast. Timbre distinguishes an easily heard guitar riff continued in from the guitar at the end of the introduction. The texture is still monophony with only once voice.0: 43 Chorus: Melody quickly picks up with uneven movements. The rhythm also picks up to a fast upbeat rhythm. Harmony jumps creating a very energetic feeling. Dynamics get loud and faster quickly. Form goes from contrast to repetition. Timbre allows you to clearly hear the hard hitting guitar. Texture is heterophony with two voices simultaneously singing the same melody.0:58 Verse 2: Melody drops to being conjunct again. Rhythm drops to a constant beat as the harmony continues with the same feelings. Dynamics become softer again. Form goes back to being a constant form. Timbre allows you to again hear the guitar playing along with the drums. Texture is changed to homophony as one voice joins in with the other standing out from the other.1:06 Extended Chorus: Melody goes to disjunct movements and jumps to larger leaps as this chorus is slightly longer than the previous. Rhythm picks back up with a happy fast upbeat. The harmony creates a powerful feeling of jolt and excitement. Dynamics get loud and stronger. The form is the same as previous chorus but changes to a variation as the chorus is extended. Along with the guitar the timbre allows you to hear the loud percussions of the drums. Texture is again heterophony at first then ends monophony.
  • 31. 1:37 Verse 3: The melody pauses a moment before continuing into the verse as a conjunct movement. Rhythm goes back to an easily followed beat. Harmony is same as previous verse and the dynamics as well. The form goes back to being contrast. Timbre at the end of this verse introduces the plucking of a guitar. Texture is back to being homophony with two vocals singing in unison.1:57 Chorus: The melody is again very uneven and the rhythm quickly jumps to a faster beat and pulse. The harmony also quickly creates a good happy feeling. The dynamics pick up strong. The form is again back to being repetitious with a change to variation. Timbre in this chorus stays the same as previous chorus and well as the texture.2:28 Verse 4: The harmony makes you feel happy as well as giving you a questionable feel. Dynamics continue to be soft throughout verse. Form goes back to contrast as the melody and rhythm are like the other verses. The timbre in this verse introduces what sounds like a distorted keyboard. The texture is different than the other verses with heterophony vocals shadowing the main vocals.2:50 Chorus: The melody ends the song being disjunct with the last movement being a smooth fade away. The rhythm goes to a rapid beat that is slightly extended from previous choruses ending slow and quiet. Harmony has a little resolution to it making you feel a conflict has been resolved. Dynamics end strong and loud. Form repeats its repetition to variation to the end. Timbre ends with the same sound of hard guitar and drums with a keyboard to finish. Texture starts with a second voice shadowing but ends monophony with single vocals.3:23 End:
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