Why do some melodies stand the test of time?
How does one begin writing a melody?
How can a music teacher guide budding composers to write a good melody?
While some tunes like “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” include large intervals, Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” is mostly made of steps. Why do both of these melodies have such massive appeal?
These are questions we’ll answer at our next 88 Creative Keys webinar along with many more. In fact, we--Bradley Sowash and Leila Viss--have lined up 50 ways to make a melody!