Hooks: repeated melodic, lyrical and rhythmic devices that are usually the most memorable part of most pop songs. These include:
melodic hook: hook based on the instruments and the singers
rhythmic hook: hook based on the patterns in the drums and bass parts
verbal hook: hook based on the rhyming and/or repeated words of the chorus
I take it that the harmony he created to the main hook resulted in a sound like brass instruments.
(I often use 'brass' to refer to money - usually in the negative - 'I haven't got any brass, have you'?)
MELODIC--are notes played separately. HARMONIC-- are notes played together. C- G =a melodic interval. C AND G played at the same time = a harmonic interval.
the successive repetition of a musical idea at higher or lower pitch levels
It has a monophonic texture because it consists of a single melodic line. It has no harmony.
that was a melodic tune.
Melodic Excursions was created in 1982.
A melodic fragment is a short subset of a longer melody.
Haughty Melodic was created on 2005-05-03.
C minor melodic
haunting and melodic nature.
Enjoy the Melodic Sunshine was created in 2000-11.
Melodic Rock EP was created in 2008-05.
Melodic Spirituals - 1949 was released on: USA: 19 August 1949
The three kinds of Melodic Directions are Ascending, Descending and Repeated.I hope this answers your question!! :)