#1
So, I need an example of a four measure phrase in a song (preferably blues, classic rock or metal) that has these features:

-A Sequence of at least two segments
-A Climax Tone
-An Ascent and Descent
-Inclusion of tonic triad tones
-A half cadence implication
-A definite tonal center

then, with another four measure phrase added on the end, it must be able to become a modified repeated phrase, a parallel phrase, and a contrasting phrase.

I was thinking Crossroads by Cream... but I think that song doesn't have parallel phrases... but of course I could just change the song around a smidgen.

Any ideas mates?
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#2
Does it all need to be in one song?
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#3
yes. it all needs to be the same song.
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#4
off the top of my head...maybe try the song I Thank You by ZZ Top, the solo might have those features

btw love the location, Seger rules!
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#5
Thanks, I'll give it a shot.
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