"In Sweden schlager has been a popular form of music since at least the 1970s, even though it has had its up and downs. It still enjoys a large place in Swedish culture, although it is often considered to be too "popular and commercial" by many people.
Two characterizing features of Swedish schlager songs are that they almost invariably contain a pronounced key change before the final chorus, and they usually last almost exactly three minutes - the maximum length permitted at the Eurovision Song Contest."-Wikipedia
This is my entry to Doctor Cubes most unwanted song contest(http://www.kompoz.com/compose-collaborate/view.story.blog?storyId=1268). No tracks yet, but now the game is on and we can start doing some really bad music.
- Bpm around 125-135
- Major scale
- intro, 2-3 parts including chorus, maybe a bridge
- Verses in English and chorus in Swedish with words that might be possible to understand if you can read English.
- Pronounced key change before the final chorus
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmtZjWOUfHo&feature=PlayList&p=3E78ABA728BB5CE2&index=0 , need to say more?
Composing (er, Kompozing!)
Guitar, Pedal Steel