There were three musical sounds that I found in Roden Soundwalk, Part 2. The first musical sound I chose occurred at 5:59 when out of nowhere in the track a loud “BONG” occurred using a gong. This brought me back to a restaurant in Norfolk because when you finish eating at that restaurant you have the choice of hitting the gong with a mallet. This sound is musical enough because musicians can use this unique sound at either the beginning, middle or end of a song. For example, a gong could be used to start a song or end the song in a big finish.
The second musical sound I chose occurred at 0:46, it sounded as if someone was plucking at one string with a guitar. When I heard it, it reminded me of when my sister got her first guitar and since I did not know how to play it. I would just pluck at one guitar string whenever I got a hold of it, it sort of was like a habit of just plucking at one string. It is a musical sound because many of those who play guitar, violin, cello, etc. pluck at each string before a performance to properly tune the instrument to get the pitch needed.
The last musical sound I chose occurred at 1:55 it sounds like a short tune that gets stuck in your head. This 4-note tune reminded me of a short tune my dad used to play on the piano, and it would be the only thing I could play and instantly when I heard it in Roden Soundwalk. It sounded exactly the one he taught me to play. This is a musical sound because many pop, rock, R & B, and country songs can make someone get a tune of a song stuck in their head for at least a weeklong. Also, the tune played at least 5 minutes straight and many songs have a tune that continually plays in the back of a singer and this helps distinct the song.