If you have two different choruses, where one is a more mellow version of the "real" chorus. What do you call it? For instance on this form: Verse, X, Verse, Chorus. What do you call X?
It's not a prechorus, because those occur right before a chorus. And it is certainly not a bridge. Nor is it an intro or outro.
An example is the song Mördarvals by Dia Psalma.
The verse starts at 0:45, X at 1:00, next verse at 1:10 and the main chorus at 1:25.
That's my main question, but I'm also a little curious about the other parts. I have analyzed it like this:
0:00 Prelude 0:09 Intro 0:27 Z, Y, Verse, X, Verse, Chorus 1:41 Z, Y, Verse, X, Verse, Chorus 2:55 Z, Prechorus 3:12 Chorus, Chorus 3:43 Outro
What would you call the Z and Y? Is one of them a "preverse"? And is my analysis correct?