I like the type of music which gives me determination and this "I can do it." feeling and I noticed that every one of this type of music has the same "structure" or "pitch movement".
I don't talk about harmony or melody because they uses different chords and the melodies are not the same but again...they are just so close to each other.
It's more like chord "movement directions" rather than certain chord progression like if we choose chords in the certain pitch increasing - decreasing order, then the chord progression with the proper rhytm will give that specific stirring feel.
For example thees songs (I linked the stirring part):
In theese moments of the songs the pattern is almost the same. Like "up - up - down a little bit - up a little - down a little - down - down - tonal - ...repeat..."
I hope I wrote it correctly...
So does this mean that practically anyone with some idea of melodies can come up with any kind of music if he / she analyze the pattern and the "proper" rhytms precisely enough?
I experiment a little bit with this "structure" and my chord progression gave a similar stirring feel. I even compose some stirring choir music in my head during a walk and I think the structure was similar there too...
I noticed that this "pattern-sharing between songs" is true for other type of musics, although I feel it in this type the most.
Are there books or "common methods" aiming at this type of "learning". Did the big classical composers the same? Taking structures from other composers' works?
I've read as many m. theory as many I could in my freetime recently and I didn't find sources talking about this. They were just like "D minor is sad because...", "most pop songs use these chord progressions"...etc.
Maybe it's just some "higher m. theory knowledge" which is far away from the "how to read sheet flawlessly", "what mood the specific scale represents" stuff.