Print and download Eminence Frontsheet music by The Who. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar.
Thus I did these tempo images myself which indicate on my master recording, which is a 256 kbps download from iTunes®. I measured 1, 288 half notes, as indicated below. Yeah, I know it’s just a little obsessive or compulsive or whatever the jargon for “[psychologically Freudian-style retentive]” or correct. So said, someone has to do it. You cannot have these songs that will live long past us, songs that need to be classified by speed in order that they be used especially on the fly in mixes, and just leave them all alone, un-catalogued for speed. That would be a shame!
Song Tile=Eminence Front
arithmetic mean speed/median expected tempo=98.1 beats per minute
average beat, quarter note representing one beat=0.6114″
“Let It Go” as sung by Idina Menzel has proved one of the most popular songs of the 21st century. It has crossed lines of every type, generational and ethnicity. Her performance on this year’s Oscar Awards® was filled with such anticipation that even one of a John Travolta could not pronounce her name properly in olive time after what was said to be 15-20 rehearsals for the polished star.
The song -
Ms Menzel’s reply
The song’s peak is a high D# as it is used enharmonically with the note Eb. How tricky is this? The song’s frequency is 292.27 Hertz – a mere one Hertz faster than the note Eb itself.
song=Let It Go
File Size=7.8 MB
Bit Rate=256 kbps
Sample Rate=44.100 kHz
intellectual property=Walt Disney Company®
Ian Andrew Schneider
June 17, 2014
tempo is to music what the weather report is to the news.