The Songwriting Secrets of the Beatles

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Omnibus, 2003 - Composers - 791 pages
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This work examines the actual songwriting techniques of John, Paul, George and, occasionally, Ringo. Packed with examples of The Beatles' music, it explains the chord sequences, structures and harmonies that created one of the most influential sounds of the 20th century.

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Excellent book for composers!
The best thing are the examples through the book, songs which we are all familiar with.
A lot of work put to it.
It contains a lot of advanced concepts, which may or may not be clear during the reading.
 

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A great great book. I read this book every night hoping the secrets will sink in. Read full review

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