Module 9 continues exploration of musical notes and chords:
The blues make use of three chords: C, F, and G.
Add a fourth note to each of these chords. Then create a new lyric for the third line of the first verse of the classic blues song, "Crossroad".
Record the first line of the first verse.
Then record the third line that you created as a separate sound recording.
Combine the chords and vocals to create a complete song.
I created a melody for my all-time favorite movie soundtrack, the Hanging Tree by James Newton Howard from the Hunger Games. I recorded the first two verses of the song, and combined the chords and vocals.
I recreated Counting Stars by One Republic, a song that I used to play with some friends in high school. I sang some vocals to the best of my ability.
I recreated Crossroads and added an extra A note for the F Chord, C for the C Chord, and D for the G Chord, all on the 5th octave. Here's the link:
I recreated Crossroads and added an F into a C chord, a E for the G chord, and D in the F chord in the fourth octave.
Everybody's links are the same:
none of them link to a specific work that they describe.
I've attached my rendition of crossroads to this response. I added an F5 for the C Chord, a E5 for the G chord, and an A5 to the F Chord.
I don't get it, everything is the same, as @snapenilk said.
that link doesn't work...
It works for me - maybe they have fixed it
Hi all, I did a rendition of Crossroads, with a G4 note added to the C Chord, a C5 note added to the F Chord, and a D5 note added to the G Chord. Special thanks to my gf who recorded vocals for the lyrics.