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Speech turned Song

Created by Sciera on 20 szep 2018 | Last edited by Sciera on 19 jan 2019

Dialogues and similar in meter and/or melody, songs with switches in perspective/speaker, or containing direct speech.
In other words, songs (almost) entirely consisting of (sung/rapped) dialogue.

Sibling-collection to Frame Stories and Dialogues

Fordítások:  Angol

Fordítások:  Angol

Fordítások:  Angol
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DarkJoshua    Csütörtök, 20/09/2018 - 21:19

Is this one fitting? It's a dialogue, he speaks and she sings.

Sciera    Péntek, 21/09/2018 - 06:33

Can't decide whether to put this into this or the sibling collection xD
I'll put it here as it's the whole song made like that.
Thanks!

Sciera    Szombat, 22/09/2018 - 08:50

Thanks, good example!

Sciera    Szombat, 22/09/2018 - 22:28

Thank you!

Sciera    Szombat, 24/11/2018 - 11:41

Thanks - not that much talking in there, though, I prefer adding it to the dialogues collection instead.

maluca    Szombat, 05/01/2019 - 18:18

I thought dialogues were included here, "Parole, parole" and "Fairytale of New York" are dialogues like this, too...

Black Mamba    Szombat, 05/01/2019 - 13:32

I don't understand this list. Can we add monologues/dialogues? Or they supposed to be like poems?

Sciera    Szombat, 12/01/2019 - 15:21

Here are definitions:

"Frame Stories and Dialogues" - it's about songs that contain some frame story (which often is a dialogue) or interrupted/introduced/ending with some (often but not necessarily spoken) dialogue or spoken words of any kind.

"Speech turned Song" - it's about songs (almost) entirely consisting of (sung/rapped) dialogue.

So, "Parole, parole" and "Fairytale of New York" are almost entirely dialogues, and not songs including short dialogues, so they fit better into the latter.