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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by ernstinen » Sat Feb 13, 2010 12:49 pm

feaker66 wrote:You're killing me Ern

Love me Do? The harmony changes, but I don't think he does?
Good guess! Lennon does sing one note, but it's the root of the chord, not the third.

Don't die yet, Paul!

O.K. --- another clue. The melody starts after a quarter note rest, not on the downbeat. The first four bars of the verse have the same 11 notes starting on the major third of the first chord. There are a couple other notes thrown in.

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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by markmeilander » Sat Feb 13, 2010 2:32 pm

HELP!



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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by ernstinen » Sat Feb 13, 2010 5:20 pm

markmeilander wrote:HELP!



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MARK IS THE WINNER! Congratulations! You win FOUR Ticonderoga pencils for your brilliant analysis! Image

Most would never guess that after the great intro and the melodies and harmonies on the chorus. It's kind of hidden in the song in some ways. A classic Lennon (non) melody!




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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by feaker66 » Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:28 pm

Beat at my own game.

Gotta give Mark a pat on the back.

For some reason I don't play that one very often. Now Money,revolution, and I love her....

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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by cardell » Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:12 am

That was fun!

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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by ernstinen » Sun Feb 14, 2010 3:31 am

cardell wrote:That was fun!

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Stuart! You're a PLAYER! What's next? Maybe something really weird? I can't think of another, offhand. Paul? C'mon, bring them on!

Did you know that the old Sgt. Pepper thread went to about 500 pages!?


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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by feaker66 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 8:34 am

Ok Ern

Just because I lost one......... I have emotionally recovered.

These are three notes of the guitar intro of six in the set. E G #E

One of the words in "face"

Older Beatles. We play this all the time live. Heah!

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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by ernstinen » Sun Feb 14, 2010 5:28 pm

feaker66 wrote:Ok Ern

Just because I lost one......... I have emotionally recovered.

These are three notes of the guitar intro of six in the set. E G #E
Single notes or chords? And #E or F? :mrgreen:

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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by feaker66 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 6:32 pm

single notes

Here, let me space them better:

E G# E That would be on the "D" string technically.

After each guess I will add another.
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Re: Beatles quiz..giving you five chords

Post by ernstinen » Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:50 pm

feaker66 wrote:single notes

Here, let me space them better:

E G# E That would be on the "D" string technically.

After each guess I will add another.
O.K.! Got it. I thought you were a modern composer writing E#'s! HaHa!

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