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Minimalism. Aims and Objectives of this lesson To be able to play Tubular Bells and add chords to the melody To listen to Tubular Bells and recognise minimalist features. Adding Chords to Your Melody. 1 st Chord 2 nd Chord 3 rd Chord 4 th Chord 5 th chord

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minimalism
Minimalism

Aims and Objectives of this lesson

  • To be able to play Tubular Bells and add chords to the melody
  • To listen to Tubular Bells and recognise minimalist features
adding chords to your melody
Adding Chords to Your Melody

1st Chord 2nd Chord 3rd Chord 4th Chord 5th chord

E D C B A

C B A G F

A G F E D

Use your Left hand to play these chords

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Minimalism

Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield

Demo track rejected by all major record

companies

Finally accepted by Richard Branson

Worked on his master version for 12 months

playing all 21 Instruments by himself

Used minimalist technique of LAYERING

Stayed in the album charts for 264 weeks!

His second album was knocked off the top spot by his first

album

tubular bells
Tubular Bells
  • There are 2 versions:

Original Version

Orchestral version

  • Name the instruments as you hear them entering the music
  • What instruments does Mike Oldfield call out at the end of the original piece?
homework
Homework
  • Compose an 8 note melody (tune)

Choose from these notes:

C D E F G A B