More songs' emotional moods inverted with key changes


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/10/18/more-songs-emotional-moods-i.html


#2

“Tonight, Luko Brasi, swims with the dolphins. Apparently he is getting all choked up about it. What a great boss, Don Corleone is.”


#3

Even with the key change the Imperial March is still pretty damn sinister.


#4

Jack Woltz: “A pony! A pony!”


#5

Really? If I was hearing it for the first time I’d think “new Zelda game overworld theme”.


#6

Surprisingly, Middlesbrough officially has only one ‘o’.


#7

It’s the strings and percussion, they set the tone for the whole piece. Plus the brass is decidedly militaristic. It’s a very specific kind of march that would require a whole new arrangement on top of a key change to take the edge off.


#8

It seems fitting for the worst town in England that this remains uncorrected.


#9

Why do I have to pay a single mariachi when I have a band of them?


#10

Fair enough. “New Zelda game overworld (battle) theme”.


#11

Foggy Dewhurst does not approve of this tomfoolery.


#12

He may well not, but perhaps he needs to hear the LOTSW theme in a minor key. I know I do!
(And I’m sure Cleggy would prefer it that way.)


#13

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