#1
Could someone define what a pop melody is?

Is it simply anything that uses the major scale? Does anything that uses the major scale become pop music then?

Just wondering.
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#3
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your thread made me think of that.

+1 to 4/4 easy to play, generally.
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#4
What everyone else said but also its usually composed of chords I, IV and V so in the key of C major, C, F and G.

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#5
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What everyone else said but also its usually composed of chords I, IV and V so in the key of C major, C, F and G.

It sometimes is, but not that often. There are plenty of chord progressions to use in pop.
#6
Of course but often if you look at say Kate Nash, Foundations or any other song they mostly are. That doesn't mean to say pop songs just use those 3 chords.

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