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"1234" - as recorded by "Feist"Tristan Wolfe
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Link to Recordinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrEO8c7grBw
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Section LabelIntroVerse 1aVerse 1bChorus 1Verse 2aVerse 2bChorus 2Break 1aBreak 1bBreak 2aBreak 2bChorus 3Coda 1aCoda 1bCoda 1cOutroEnd
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Section Start Time0:000:090:170:260:350:440:521:011:101:181:271:361:562:132:312:483:01
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Measures per Section4444444444498884
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Meter (divisions)4
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Tempo (beats per min)110----
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Acoustic Guitar
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Lead Vocals
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Violins
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Percussion
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Banjo 1
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Banjo 2
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Background Vocals
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Background Trumpets
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Lead Trumpet
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Bass
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Snaps / Claps
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Tambourine
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Piano
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Notes/Description:"1234" is a really rich song when you listen to it critically. As a casual listener, you hear a fun little light-hearted folksy song. Listening to it critically make you realize all of the work that's put into it. Apparently you need like 14 instruments and 4 singers to make a "light-hearted folksy" sound. Oof. Really great song. Starts out simply enough and the song builds to a crescendo a couple of times with really fun releases both times. One of the parts I find most interesting after listening to it critically is how new parts and new instruments are constantly being added throughout the piece. "1234" stays true to its name and hangs out in 4/4 time with one exception at the end of Chorus 3 to allow for another crescendo into a jazzy piano part which is then followed by a solid trumpet solo. The song concludes as simply as it begun. It's somehow jazzy, orchestral, and folksy all at the same time which is maybe why it seems to appeal to such a large audience.
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Production Personnel:http://musedlab.org
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Songwriter(s):Sally SeltmannFeist
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Producer(s):GonzalesBen MinkFeist
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Engineer(s):
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