Alan W. Pollack’s Notes on “Hey Jude”

Alan W. Pollack’s Notes on “Hey Jude” – ICCE WWW Info

“Hey Jude” is such a monumental favorite, I’m almost dissuaded from touching it because of the pressure to say something profound. I’ll go for it nonetheless, even if I do get everything wrong, because it’s such a good illustration of two compositional lessons — how to fill a large canvas with

Alan W. Pollack’s ‘Notes On’ Series – rec.music.beatles

Alan W. Pollack’s ‘Notes On’ Series. Below is a complete index of the series in # order:

Notes on “Hey Jude” – Torvund

This article is from Alan W. Pollack’s groundbreaking series “Notes on the Beatles”.Links in the orginal article is written in this colour: index to the series, while links I have added appears as standard links.Go here for more information on my site about the song. Notes on “Hey …

Alan Pollack’s “Notes on The Beatles” – Torvund

In 1989 the American musicologist Alan W. Pollack started to analyze the songs of the Beatles. He published his first results on internet. In 1991 — after he had finished the work on 28 songs — he bravely decided to do the whole lot of them.

Alan W. Pollack’s Notes on “Hey Jude” – ICCE WWW Info

First verse: Piano solo with Macca vocal, single tracked. Second verse: Add acoustic rhythm guitar, and tambourine on the off-beat. Also add backing vocals singing “Ahhhh” in the second half of the verse.

Alan W. Pollack’s “Notes On’ The Beatles Series | MetaFilter

Alan W. Pollack’s “Notes On’ The Beatles Series March 20, 2006 2:23 AM Subscribe Beatlemaniac It took Alan W. Pollack 10 years to pick apart every Beatles song and describe in detail the mechanics behind the music.

Notes on “Hey Jude” (HJ.1) – rec.music.beatles

Style and Form – “Hey Jude” is such a monumental favorite, I’m almost dissuaded from touching it because of the pressure to say something profound.

Hey Jude – Whiter Than Beatles

Aug 27, 2018 · For a really thorough analysis of the music and lyrics of “Hey Jude” go to Alan W. Pollack’s “Notes on Hey Jude”. I agree with everything he says – the structuring of a seven minute pop single with clear form and simple ingredients, the underlying “Golden Section” proportions – everything!

Deconstructing the Beatles: Alan Pollack’s ‘Notes On

When my shifts ended, I would retire to my dorm room to read Alan W. Pollack’s “Notes On” series, an ambitious HTML-based musicological survey of every song officially released by the Beatles. series, an ambitious HTML-based musicological survey of every song officially released by the Beatles.

Don’t Let Me Down (Beatles song) – Wikipedia

Alan W. Pollack states that “the counterpoint melody played in octaves during the Alternate Verse by the bass and lead guitars is one of the more novel, The B-side version of the song was included on the Beatles’ compilations Hey Jude, Alan W. Pollack’s Notes on “Don’t Let Me Down”

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