This is a graphic representation of Let It Be by The Beatles.
Each color represents a different note. Lighter colors denote higher pitches, and the colors change as the pitch modulates. The rhythm is shown through the length of each shape. A whole note is an inch long and each subsequent note is a fraction equal to its value. Typically, the top line of each couplet represents the melody, and the bottom line represents the chords in the bass line. This song is interesting because the particular arrangement I've used to create the piece has the melody switching from the treble clef to the base clef and back again several times.
- Printed on 130# White Smooth Uncoated stock.
- Larger sizes are available upon request!
- Does not come framed.