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In the first Harmony Guitar tutorial we discussed the characteristic elements of melody. Please refer to that tutorial in order to get a full discussion of the topic.
As a brief refresher, there should be a unity of the overall group of notes. Each note should flow naturally to the next resulting in an overall unity. There should be a variety of motion, up and down. There should be a clear beginning, middle and ending. The melody should have a "story arc". It's not necessary, but best to have one high or low point that the entire melody works toward and away from.
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