Watch the Phonetics and Alliteration to Support Rhythm online guitar lesson by Jennifer Day Morrison from Get Your Song Write
Sometimes it's not what you say, but how you say it that delivers the most impact. Using phonetics and alliteration to enhance the rhythm of a melody line is a skillful technique professional songwriters use every day. In essence, using phonetics and alliteration to support rhythm can be likened to watching two dancers perform flawlessly. In the instance of composition, the melody and lyric are the two dancers and they must flow, sway, pop, and lock effortlessly.
In this video lesson, we will discuss the mechanics of phonetics and alliteration and their importance to rhythm. Get your phonetics and alliteration write!