introduction | ending | interlude | extension of phrase | shout chorus
In many instances endings will repeat portions of or all of some part of the chart, most often the introduction or an interlude. Other ending examples will include the use of harmonic and/or melodic material of the tune. Less often endings are newly composed material with no relation to the rest of the chart.
- Compare the ending to Yes I Do with the introduction.
- The ending to Isotope also uses a modified version of the introduction.
- Oleo's ending does not seem to reuse any material from the chart but does utilize a rhythmic and harmonic intensity also found in the introduction. If you are interested in the final chord to Oleo it is reproduced below.