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Five Ways Music Changed in 2010


Throw your thoughts back if you could in 2010.I know I know. It seems that many years ago The world is on the verge of war with Iran and its royal family. But apparently the new decade had only begun 11 days ago.10 years ago, I hardly walked in the park at all. And speaking of music, it was a time of innovation. big change and interruption
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Streaming has changed the way we listen to music. And the music changed the way we listened, the songs got shorter, different genres flowed together, and the language barrier cleared.Observing these changes were composer Charlie Harding and music professor Nate Sloan. Before 2010, they were snobbish about pop music,
and then, during their travels, they heard the catchy Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen.They were impressed with the way Jepsen abandoned expectations of a melody and arrangement. to create an awkward nervousness as she invites a man out on a date.Jepsen hesitated before singing the first words of the chorus, 'Hey,'" they explain.
The chorus chord progression reinforces this feeling, deliberately avoiding the harmonious "home" of the song in a way that makes the listener. "Feel uneasy Inspired by Jepsen's masterpiece, the duo launched a podcast called Switched On Pop in 2014, analyzing the musical ideas behind Ariana Grande's hits like 7 Rings, Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk, and Pinkfong's erm Baby Shark

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