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Sex on Fire: a case study of how different forms of graphic representation can influence analysis
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Any graphic representation of music is necessarily schematic in that it represents certain features more fully than others and therefore encourages the user to focus on those features. When using any representational system for analytical purposes rather than as instructions for performance it therefore makes sense to think about how this schematic nature might influence our understanding. Traditional music notation, by restricting itself to a discrete twelve tone representation of pitch and a notional rhythmic grid, provides a schematic representation that focuses the attention on features that are usually the least interesting aspects of recorded popular music: the tonal basis and structure of the melody and harmony. Aspects of micro-timing, intonation, pitch variations, vocal and instrumental spectromorphology and spatial or dynamic processing in the recording process are either subordinate or ignored completely.
Sex on Fire
The song gave Kings of Leon their first number-one single in Australia, Finland, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, charting at the top spot on digital downloads alone in the latter country, before its physical release. In September it was Britain's second most-downloaded digital single ever. In , the song earned the band their first Grammy nominations. Channel V Australia named the song as the third biggest hit of
Beyonce's surprise Sex on Fire cover at Glastonbury made a huge impression Beyonce's Glastonbury headline set sparked a rude confession from Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill. The former Destiny's Child star topped the bill at Worthy Farm three years after her husband, Jay-Z, had split opinion with another groundbreaking Glastonbury Festival headline performance. But few had anything negative to say about the diva's stunning vocals and dance routines, despite initial doubts from some that she wasn't right for Glastonbury's rock 'n' roll traditions.