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9789657570210 - Joel Benjamin: Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul - ספר

Joel Benjamin (?):

Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul (2012) (?)

משלוח: גרמניהספר חדשספר אלקטרוני, e-Book, ספר דיגיטליהמוצר עבור הורדה דיגיטלית
ISBN:

9789657570210 (?) או 9657570212

, שפה לא ידוע, Arjon Publishing, Arjon Publishing, Arjon Publishing, חדש, ספר אלקטרוני, הורדה דיגיטלית
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Each of the 14 songs from Rubber Soul are "profiled" in this volume of Beatle Song Profiles. Beatle Song Profiles are concise commentaries on every Beatle song. The song profiles describe the song's origins and inspiration, what The Beatles themselves said about it, what was unique about the music and/or production of the arrangement or vocals, and the deeper meaning of the lyrics. Sample profile from the Rubber Soul Nowhere Man Nowhere Man marked the beginning of Lennon's overtly philosophical musings even though the official story is that he came up with this after struggling to write the song: "I thought of myself sitting there, doing nothing and getting nowhere. So I just lay down and tried to not write and then this came out, the whole thing came out in one gulp." McCartney commented: "He had told me he'd written it about himself, but was clever enough to say, 'Isn't he a bit like you and me?'" The protagonist in the composition is The Beatles' first genuinely literary character. It broke much thematic ground offering a critique of social detachment and apathy and demolished the unstated rules for content of a pop song. Leaving behind the typical subjects such as love, cars, and parental constraints- it explores what the philosopher Michael Frankel termed "the law of function," a state wherein individuals resemble machines more than "conscious spiritual organisms." Typical of many John Lennon compositions are the "falling" melodie
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קטגוריה: Pop & Rock
מילות מפתח: Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul Joel Benjamin Popular Pop & Rock 9789657570210
נתונים 28/02/2017 08:31h
ISBN (סימונים חלופי): 965-7570-21-2, 978-965-7570-21-0
ארכיון כניסה:
9789657570210 - Joel Benjamin: Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul - ספר

Joel Benjamin (?):

Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul (2012) (?)

משלוח: הולנדספר חדשספר אלקטרוני, e-Book, ספר דיגיטלי
ISBN:

9789657570210 (?) או 9657570212

, שפה לא ידוע, Arjon Publishing, חדש, ספר אלקטרוני
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Each of the 14 songs from Rubber Soul are “profiled” in this volume of Beatle Song Profiles. Beatle Song Profiles are concise commentaries on every Beatle song. The song profiles describe the song’s origins and inspiration, what The Beatles themselves said about it, what was unique about the music and/or production of the arrangement or vocals, and the deeper meaning of the lyrics. Sample profile from the Rubber Soul ..., Each of the 14 songs from Rubber Soul are “profiled” in this volume of Beatle Song Profiles. Beatle Song Profiles are concise commentaries on every Beatle song. The song profiles describe the song’s origins and inspiration, what The Beatles themselves said about it, what was unique about the music and/or production of the arrangement or vocals, and the deeper meaning of the lyrics. Sample profile from the Rubber Soul Nowhere Man Nowhere Man marked the beginning of Lennon’s overtly philosophical musings even though the official story is that he came up with this after struggling to write the song: “I thought of myself sitting there, doing nothing and getting nowhere. So I just lay down and tried to not write and then this came out, the whole thing came out in one gulp.” McCartney commented: “He had told me he’d written it about himself, but was clever enough to say, ‘Isn’t he a bit like you and me?’” The protagonist in the composition is The Beatles’ first genuinely literary character. It broke much thematic ground offering a critique of social detachment and apathy and demolished the unstated rules for content of a pop song. Leaving behind the typical subjects such as love, cars, and parental constraints- it explores what the philosopher Michael Frankel termed “the law of function,” a state wherein individuals resemble machines more than “conscious spiritual organisms.” Typical of many John Lennon compositions are the “falling” melodies, which can be heard quite clearly in Nowhere Man. Folk music often has falling melodies, indicating melancholy. In Baroque music, a falling melody means sadness. John’s self-loathing hits a boiling crest, folding in restlessly on itself. The monotony in the melody and the chugging, chiming guitar lines exacerbate the feelings of worthlessness which spread throughout the song creating a feeling of complete isolation. Rarely, with perhaps Bob Dylan being the exception, do pop musicians display so much humanity and honesty in such a baring, bruising manner. McCartney remembers that the band wanted very “treble-y guitars” on Nowhere Man to create a very thick, textured instrumental layer as Lennon and Harrison play their guitar solos in unison. McCartney’s bass line is bouncy and fun to listen to is in perfect counterpoint to the guitars. One aspect which strikes the listener in the arrangement is the vocals of the three part harmonies. Although they sing together, as a group, it comes through as sounding as one which mirrors the subject of loneliness- which is the focus of the track. Lennon’s melody is sandwiched in-between McCartney’s higher and Harrison’s vocals. This adds to the expression of the lyric’s sense of misplacement in the “nowhere-land” of the song’s focus. Interpreting the underlying meaning of the composition, Tim Riley writes: “Lennon sings for the unsung, the people who have shut themselves off from the life; but the glowing timbre is hopeful. The communal surge in the ensemble warms the sentiment with a rejuvenating interplay- no one can make it through life’s difficulties alone, the music seems to be saying, and the best crutches are other people.”Taal: Engels;Formaat: ePub met kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) van Adobe;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Geschikt voor: Alle e-readers geschikt voor ebooks in ePub formaat. Tablet of smartphone voorzien van een app zoals de bol.com Kobo app.;Verschijningsdatum: augustus 2012;ISBN10: 9657570212;ISBN13: 9789657570210; Engelstalig | Ebook | 2012
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קטגוריה: Kunst, Fotografie & Architectuur, Muziekboeken /, Studie & Management, Kunst & Cultuur, Muziekwetenschap
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ISBN (סימונים חלופי): 965-7570-21-2, 978-965-7570-21-0
9789657570210 - Joel  Benjamin: Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul (English Edition) - ספר

Joel Benjamin (?):

Beatle Song Profiles: Rubber Soul (English Edition) (2012) (?)

משלוח: צרפתהספר הוא בשפה האנגליתספר חדשספר אלקטרוני, e-Book, ספר דיגיטליהמוצר עבור הורדה דיגיטלית
ISBN:

9789657570210 (?) או 9657570212

, באנגלית, 37 דפים, Arjon Publishing, חדש, ספר אלקטרוני, הורדה דיגיטלית
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Each of the 14 songs from Rubber Soul are “profiled” in this volume of Beatle Song Profiles.Beatle Song Profiles are concise commentaries on every Beatle song. The song profiles describe the song’s origins and inspiration, what The Beatles themselves said about it, what was unique about the music and/or production of the arrangement or vocals, and the deeper meaning of the lyrics. __________ Sample profile from Rubber Soul Nowhere ManNowhere Man marked the beginning of Lennon’s overtly philosophical musings even though the official story is that he came up with this after struggling to write the song: “I thought of myself sitting there, doing nothing and getting nowhere. So I just lay down and tried to not write and then this came out, the whole thing came out in one gulp.”McCartney commented: “He had told me he’d written it about himself, but was clever enough to say, ‘Isn’t he a bit like you and me?’” The protagonist in the composition is The Beatles’ first genuinely literary character. It broke much thematic ground offering a critique of social detachment and apathy and demolished the unstated rules for content of a pop song. Leaving behind the typical subjects such as love, cars, and parental constraints- it explores what the philosopher Michael Frankel termed “the law of function,” a state wherein individuals resemble machines more than “conscious spiritual organisms.” Typical of many John Lennon compositions are the “falling” melodies, which can be heard quite clearly in Nowhere Man. Folk music often has falling melodies, indicating melancholy. In Baroque music, a falling melody means sadness. John’s self-loathing hits a boiling crest, folding in restlessly on itself. The monotony in the melody and the chugging, chiming guitar lines exacerbate the feelings of worthlessness which spread throughout the song creating a feeling of complete isolation. Rarely, with perhaps Bob Dylan being the exception, do pop musicians display so much humanity and honesty in such a baring, bruising manner. McCartney remembers that the band wanted very “treble-y guitars” on “Nowhere Man” to create a very thick, textured instrumental layer as Lennon and Harrison play their guitar solos in unison. McCartney’s bass line is bouncy and fun to listen to is in perfect counterpoint to the guitars. One aspect which strikes the listener in the arrangement is the vocals of the three part harmonies. Although they sing together, as a group, it comes through as sounding as one which mirrors the subject of loneliness- which is the focus of the track. Lennon’s melody is sandwiched in-between McCartney’s higher and Harrison’s vocals. This adds to the expression of the lyric’s sense of misplacement in the “nowhere-land” of the song’s focus. Interpreting the underlying meaning of the composition, Tim Riley writes: “Lennon sings for the unsung, the people who have shut themselves off from the life; but the glowing timbre is hopeful. The communal surge in the ensemble warms the sentiment with a rejuvenating interplay- no one can make it through life’s difficulties alone, the music seems to be saying, and the best crutches are other people.”, Format Kindle, מהדורה: Rubber Soul, תבנית: Ebook Kindle, תווית: Arjon Publishing, Arjon Publishing, קבוצת המוצרים: eBooks, לאור: 2012-08-02, תאריך שחרור: 2012-08-02, סטודיו: Arjon Publishing
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ISBN (סימונים חלופי): 965-7570-21-2, 978-965-7570-21-0

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