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Barber's Adagio for Strings. Ravel's Pavanne for a Dead Princess Faure's Elegie. Wagner's Liebestod There are thousands of pieces written for funerals or other solemn (sad) occasions, and that doesn't even touch on Blues, or the stereotypical "I lost my job and my wife left me and my dog died and my truck broke down" Country song Or the Stone's ...
"Call It Sleep" by Steve Vai on his very first album Flex-Able. As I hear it, it reflects the stages of mourning. According to this interview, Steve said "This piece was written when I was in school. It was on the original demo audition tape I sent to Frank Zappa. It was re-recorded at Stucco Blue and now appears on Flexable. The sentiment of this song was ...
From your question, it seems you are totally confused about what to make, what instruments to use. I assume you are using virtual instruments for scratches, synths, bass and all other things. I will tell you an alternate (reverse) method for making a song. Some people use it, but I won't recommend you using it forever. Now you have a tune in mind, put some ...
If you are unfamiliar with a piece of music then it is necessary to count it out to understand how the phrasing would be. Once you understand the phrasing then you can perform it without actually counting and enjoy it.
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