Analyzing Songs- Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles, and Le Marteau san Maitre by Boulez
In this song analysis activity, student examine the tonal structures, chords, melodies, and rhythm structures of two pieces of music. They examine "Eleanor Rigby" by the Beatles, and "Le Marteau san Maitre" by Boulez.
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