Joel Tangunan - My Right Hand’s Notes

By: joeltangunan | August 04, 2017

The structure for easy to listen songs are composed with identifiable sections. Its melodic components are characterized by six distinctive and pleasing melodies that create a song. These components are called stanzas or verses, chorus, bridge and coda, where intro and extro (or the ending melody) of a song are also included to make it six sections. These sections can help the listeners to figure out which part of the song he is listening to. Here are the six sections and melodic characters in no particular order:


Stanza or verse

Stanza or verse is the part of a song that can be heard at the start and after the chorus. Melodically speaking, the stanza part is usually gentle and the tune itself tells the listeners that the song is already tell...

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