im in music theory and i have a final, and there is one question that i dont know, and couldnt find anywhere, here it is
What is the section of a song with new music and lyrics??
d. Interlude,

any help?
what kind of question is that? :S
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its aether A or D
I would say interlude but im not sure

interlude-as a separate creation/movement of music
the bridge is typically used to pause and reflect on the earlier portions of the song or to prepare the listener for the climax

Tell your teacher i told him/her that is a very idiotic question.
Last edited by crzywhiteboy at Jun 15, 2008,
I'd sat either verse or bridge

EDIT: verse 'cause of the new lyrics
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verses and choruses have lyrics, but choruses repeat, so your talking about the verse, but verses generally have the same undermusic as other verses

but dude, thats kinda simple for a music theory final...
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1- lame question
2- verse? seriously? "new music"
3- unless you're not just playing some pop song and you're changin it up here and there
4- lameeeee question.
Yeah ****ing stupid question. Be a prick to the teacher and argue constantly that verse is right because it is the start of a song, therefore will have new lyrics and music.
interlude, because chorus repeats, verses have different lyrics but generally the same music and afaik bridges can be repeated
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