Words of wisdom (?) from Neb and Siggy.
Speaking of the Beatles...I never knew there was a mystery about this, but one guy now claims he's solved it. The headline turns out to be slightly misleading, but...Beatles Unknown "A Hard Day's Night" Chord Mystery Solved Using Fourier TransformApparently there's a piano in the guitar mix, or so one Jason Brown claims. I'll leave it up to those with actual musical knowledge to yea or nay it.
P.S. The link in your sidebar (associated with the pic there) has one too many "http://" prefixes. I clicked it out of curiosity to see what the contest was about, but then I had to manually remove the extra "http://" before I could get there from here.Just thought you might want to know so it could be corrected and make it a little more convenient for anyone to click on through...
Actually, in a "Duh!" moment, I just realized that I can at least put the corrected link right here, again just for convenience. (Sorry for not realizing that before submitting the prior comment.)
Apologies for the deluge of sudden comments...I felt I should come back to add that I was just glancing through the comments under that piece about the mystery HDN chord and I see one or two folks claiming there really was no big mystery and hasn't been for some time.Could just be your typical anonymous know-it-alls using internet comments to try to show the world how great they are. Or it could be there's something to what they say. I honestly have no idea. I did find it slightly curious to think that there was some big question about something so famous from so long ago, so it won't surprise me if it wasn't really much of a mystery.Maybe science blogs aren't the place to glean musical knowledge after all. ;-)Anyway, if it turns out it's really no big deal, well, I didn't mean to waste your time. Just thought it sounded like something of some interest, but now I'm not so sure.
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