How to sing Sun King Beatles vocal harmony parts

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How to sing Sun King vocal harmony acappella by the Beatles parts by Galeazzo Frudua from the Beatles Abbey Road medley.

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35 thoughts on “How to sing Sun King Beatles vocal harmony parts

  1. George nor Ringo could ever sing a part higher than Paul. Paul has the
    highest harmony on it. The tone and attack are pure Paul. George is the
    harmony above John. What you have is multiple vocal tracks doubled and
    tripled with Paul adding an extra high vocal over the top.

  2. Lennon was a bit like Dalí: Yoko was his Gala. And while Dalí spoke
    ¨Dalinian English,¨ Lennon spoke ¨Lennonian German, Italian, and Spanish¨!

  3. There are a few tracks where George did sing a vocal part above Paul: Run
    For Your Life, that one F# note on Lady Madonna, and You Like Me Too Much
    where Paul sings a lower harmony to his lead.

  4. George could sing as high as he wanted himself. He was just insecure
    because he felt like he was competing with John and Paul for the best song
    at times.

  5. Actually, what they did on more than one occation on the Abbey Road album
    was to sing all parts together (in unison) to get a “bigger” vocal sound. I
    beleive that is the case here as most certainly is the case with Because.
    George could sing quite high as well though it wasn’t common practise. This
    was the first time they had the opportunity to record on a “real” 8 track
    machine. Previously it was 4 tracks or even at the beginning 2 track
    machines.

  6. I recommend you all to read Geoff Emerick’s book: Here, There and
    Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of the Beatles. He, as the balance
    engineer or assistant engineer, was there from the very beginning and tells
    it all how they did the recordings. Fantastic reading for any fan of The
    Beatles.

  7. Ciao, sono un grandissimo fan dei Beatles e non so come ringraziarti per l’
    aiuto che dai a me e al mio gruppo nel cimentarci in questi pezzi!!! Stiamo
    tentando di riprodurre tutto il medley, e mi piacerebbe avere un tuo
    tutorial sulle armonie dei restanti pezzi.. Ti ringrazio in anticipo e da
    chitarrista ti faccio i complimenti anche per le tue chitarre!! 🙂

  8. Thank you thank you thank you!!!!! The middle line on the last verse was
    driving me crazy!! I just couldn’t decipher it. Also had one note wrong on
    the high part on the same verse.

  9. The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions (Mark Lewisohn) / Twilight of The
    Gods (Wilfrid Mellers) The Song Writing Secrets of The Beatles (Dominic
    Pedler) Revolution in The Head (Ian MacDonald) Frudua; you are very (VERY)
    good. Come and sing for us in Brazil

  10. Thank you very much! I’ve been having problems with the harmonization of
    Sun King. Now, I can understand everything. Thank you, kind sir!

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