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Comment by Deidre Rodman Struck on March 14, 2014 at 9:47pm
Hi Connor! I'm a big fan of simple songs, and I like the chords you chose for this one.
I have a couple of questions-is it meant to be in tempo, or rubato (out of time)? I think what might work well is having the beginning rubato, and then going into a gentle 4/4 time which gradually builds, using dynamics, texture, etc.( Also as an aside, wondering if you could rotate the video somehow, I was turning my head sideways to watch you:).
This example isn't quite like your song, but it came to mind as a successful use of two chords in an intro to a song. Hope you like it!
http://youtu.be/e3nog_bdHlw

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