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What is Melody in a Song? – Berklee Online Take Note

Most vocal melodies consist of conjunct motion, which is the most natural and comfortable to sing. It is usually the intervallic leaps, however, that give a melody character and cause the melody to assume more of a memorable profile. Conjunct ...

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Melody: Conjunct and Disjunct Motion - YouTube

Sep 10, 2018 ... Melody: Conjunct and Disjunct Motion. 32,017 views32K views. • Sep 10, 2018. 373. 10. Share. Save. 373. 10. Share. Save. 373 / 10. Shawn Valcárcel. Shawn Valcárcel. 75 subscribers. Subscribe. Show less Show more ...

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https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-musicappreciationtheo

Melody | Music Appreciation 1

A melody that rises and falls quickly, with large intervals between one note and the next, is a disjunct melody. One may also speak of “leaps” in the melody. Many melodies are a mixture of conjunct and disjunct motion. A melody may show ...

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melodic_motion

Melodic motion - Wikipedia

In a disjunct melodic motion, the melodic phrase leaps upwards or downwards; this movement is greater than a whole tone. In popular Western music, a melodic leap of disjunct motion is often present in the chorus of a song, to distinguish it from ...

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https://musiccrashcourses.com/lessons/melody.html

Melody - Music Crash Courses

When melodies move by whole or half steps (like a scale), this is conjunct motion. Movement in larger intervals is called disjunct motion. Most melodies combine the two, as in this example from "Twinkle, Twinkle". In this melody the contour ...

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https://fundamentalsofmusictheory.umasscreate.net/unit-14/

Melody - Music 110 Fundamentals of Theory

REPEATED notes are identical pitches that occur in succession. They may have either the same or different rhythmic values. Conjunct (Stepwise) When notes move by diatonic steps, we call this CONJUNCT MOTION or STEPWISE MOTION  ...

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https://www.songstuff.com/song-writing/article/to_leap_or_no

To Leap, Or Not To Leap (That Is The Question) - Songstuff

The verse of this song contrasts the conjunct (smooth) motion of the chorus with primarily disjunct (leaping) movement. The melody leaps around using mostly chord-wise motion to get from one place to another. This contrast alone is enough to ...

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https://www.potsdam.edu/academics/crane-school-music/departm

Musical Terms and Concepts | SUNY Potsdam

Related to melody: contour: the shape of the melody as rising or falling conjunct: stepwise melodic motion, moving mostly by step in intervals of a 2nd disjunct: melodic motion in intervals larger than a 2nd, often with a large number of wide ...

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http://accounts.smccd.edu/mecklerd/MUS202/Notes%20on%20melod

Notes on melody

Examples of stepwise motion would be start of the Christmas carol "Joy to the World" or the Beatles' song "Norwegian Wood." An example of disjunct motion is the "Star-Spangled Banner." Most melodies combine stepwise motion with small  ...

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https://blogs.brown.edu/musc-0010-s01/category/uncategorized

Uncategorized | MUSC 10: Introduction to Western Music | Page 5

Feb 10, 2015 ... The overall conjunct melody is easy to sing along to giving it somewhat of an “ anthem-like” feel for Californians. The disjunct sound of the “Oh oh ohs” contrast with the overall conjunct melody, standing out to the listener and ...

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