Orchestral song I heard on TV posted by Marley Watson
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|It was bugging me where the song is from. When I say orchestral song, it was pretty simple harmony wise, but made use of orchestral instruments. The chord progression was I-III-VII-IV in a minor key (for example if it was Am the chords where Am C G Dm) and the melody was -123-345-2346543 , if each - or number represented a beat, and the numbers were representative of their relative note on the scale, and the chords moved every bar. Sorry for being so unhelpful but I didn't work out the key, if what I've just explained is too cryptic I'll upload me playing it onto soundcloud and share it on here|
|Edited by Marley Watson on December 14, 2013 @ 8:22 pm|
|Please do that. Can't get a work from chords. Please upload youtube or whatever. Will try and work with you to find it.
On December 14, 2013 Marley Watson wrote:
What show on TV was it on? And what time signature? 4/4?
I use the same method you used to quickly make a note of a melody that comes into my mind. Great minds think together?
Anyway, I don't recognize the melody though the progression seems familiar. But that is not unusual since there are a limited number.
If you gave a rhythm pattern and tempo it might help.
after you saying it was orchestral - for some reason I adopted a 3/4 waltz. I also didn't recognise the melody, but the chord progression - if you slip in an F instead of the Dm (though arguably interchangeable due to relative relationship) I recognised GnR's Ain't It Fun! Somehow doubt it was the orchestral piece you heard though
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