When someone says “Take it to the bridge!” just what do they mean? Songs, like houses and movies and evening gowns have a structure, and the bridge is part of that structure — so much so that if it’s not there the song immediately becomes avant-garde. But just what exactly is it? He’s more from Icon Collective:
The bridge is a musical passage that connects two sections of a song. For example, a bridge often connects the verse to the chorus of a song. It can also sit between the last two chorus sections to add variation.
Bridges also offer the opportunity to take your song in a new direction. For example, they add contrast from the repetitive verse and chorus sections by providing new musical and lyrical elements. Adding musical variation makes a song more exciting and keeps it from feeling too repetitive. It’s a great way to grab the attention of people listening to your song!
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