How to sing Eleanor Rigby Beatles vocal harmony tutorial video

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Eleanor Rigby (Lennon/McCartney)

I look at all the lonely people
I look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been
Lives in a dream
Waits at the window, wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door
Who is it for?

All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?
All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

Father McKenzie writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear
No one comes near.
Look at him working, darning his socks in the night when there’s nobody there
What does he care?

All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?
All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

Ah, look at all the lonely people
Ah, look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby died in the church and was buried along with her name
Nobody came
Father McKenzie wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave
No one was saved

All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?
All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

43 thoughts on “How to sing Eleanor Rigby Beatles vocal harmony tutorial video”

  1. Hi imcarrying. thanks a lot for this Tutorial!!! I try to understand how
    the harmony vocals of Eleanor Rigby Work. I hope you can help me. The Lead
    Voice is kinf of: E Fis G A G Fis E H G(on octave lover). Is John singing
    the same melody by just starting at a C? And are the notes of Georges
    Vocals:G A H C H A G. Sry my ears are not so well trained. Hope you can my
    questions.

  2. I am wondering if you have the intention to record a tutorial of the intro
    voices of Don’t let me down (roof version) . I think there are three voices
    there, but I am not able to know how are them isolated. By the way, I am a
    completely and absolutely fan of you. Gorgeous any video from you. Thx a
    lot.

  3. I believe the word you want for that tonal variation within a phrase is
    “modulation”. Paul is just amazing at it so were The Everly Brothers and
    the Beach Boys. The famous “crooners” in the USA (Sinatra, Martin, Cosby)
    didn’t have power or especially wide range but they all had great
    modulation. Charles Aznavour (french) and Raphael (Spain) are also magical.
    Raphael was probably one of the best singers world wide in the 60s – 70s.
    He had it all.

  4. Daan van der Spek

    It is actually true, Paul’s (lead) vocal is the major third of John’s
    vocal, so that would mean that Paul starts E F# and John C D, although John
    has a little glissando going to E. George’s vocal however, starts at G, the
    major fifth, but sings a simplified line: G A B C B A G, meaning he doesn’t
    sing “PEOPLE”. That’s it!

  5. [{ Is John singing the same melody by just starting at a C? }] Starting on
    C, YES. But not the same melody! C D E Fis E D C H G are John’s notes. You
    also have Paul & George notes correct.

  6. Galeazzo; Grazie per tutto il vostro duro voi lavorare su questi video. C D
    E F G A H = C D E F G A B Cis Des = C# Db Dis Es = D# Eb Fis Ges = F# Gb
    Gis As = G# Ab Ais B = A# Bb His = B#(C) Eis = E#(F) Fes = Fb(E)
    Ces(H)=Cb(B) Galeazzo; Thank you for all your hard work on these videos.

  7. PER FAVORE Galeazzo sing LOONGERR! I am serious man!! sing longer ok? jaja,
    GRANDE GALEAZZO!! 🙂 Impressive work. Top quality I ever seen (and believe
    me I have seen a lot of Beatles material).

  8. I told you this before. Man you isolate the melody components that identify
    the emotions of the guy… aAAAAhh.. look at all the lonely people…
    sounds exactly as what they are saying… fantastic videos. Please sing
    longer!

  9. Superb as always … I finally got to this one!!!

    Galeazzo, upon close scrutiny with headphones, I am wondering about that
    middle eight three-part harmony. It seems as if one of The Beatles might
    be singing the word “lovely” while the others are singing “lonely”. Do you
    hear it or could it simply be because Paul had a cold that day?

    p.s., I find it simply unbelievable that an “under the weather” Paul could
    produce a vocal that is in Rolling Stones’ Top 150 songs of all time!!!

  10. The first one at 0:03 works best. Even at a slow speed it is hard to tell
    whether one of the voices or doubled tracks is singing “lovely” or “lowly”.
    I don’t find any corroboration of this anywhere so I guess it was just the
    cold Paul had that day or perhaps a double-tracking side-effect.

  11. Orange Harrison

    I think George sings “people” in unison with John’s part instead of
    stopping after “lonely.” The Beatles did the same thing in “I Saw Her
    Standing There” where the two vocal parts become unison right at the end of
    the phrase.

  12. richardcheesesmoker

    Please, educate us on singing some Meshuggah songs. Their soft, melodic,
    and tender harmonies should be sung by children all over the world.

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