the number one enemy for most writers. Every writer knows that the hardest part
about writing is not in writing itself but the ability to sit down and start.
Some writers plan their work extremely well but they are big failures when it
comes to execution.
Sitting down to
write is not easy. And even if you manage to sit down, starting your task or
project is daunting. Writers who don’t fight resistant never achieve anything
Music is a language in and of itself. Whatever language a song’s lyrics are written in, the feeling it generates depends more on the tone, rhythm, chorus, singer’s voice, and mood of the listener. This is why some of the contemporary songs use words in their lyrics that do not even exist in a dictionary or have a real meaning, but easily get associated with a meaning based on their usage in the song. When we hear people humming a song, at times they are not even aware of what the song is conveying, but they sing along as they like the way it sounds. This proves that the world, and the youth in particular, is able to structure great content by using music writing techniques, and prove that music faces no barriers in terms of language.
Let’s talk about 7 songs in 7 different languages today, which would further prove that music knows no language barrier. (more…)
7 Songs, 7 Languages Because Music Knows No Language Barrier was last modified: December 19th, 2019 by Tiffany Harper
The Bridge of a song functions much like any other bridge. It is a transitional feature that moves a person from one place to another. In most songs, the Bridge moves the listener from the second to the third chorus, providing contrast and building toward the last repetition of your hook and chorus. The Bridge can also be called a release or a break because it provides relief from the repetition of the verse and chorus melodies and helps to hold the listeners’ attention all the way to the end of the song.