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Figuring out which triads lend particular colors to different chords adds detail to your playing.
Try anticipating the dominant chord by playing the hexatonic on the preceding minor 7 chord. Jerry bergonzi vol 6 – Developing a jazz language Education.
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The book starts out with a chapter dealing with a Major triad over a Major triad a whole step apart. Have each hexatonic be I bar, 2 bars or 4 bars each. Programma del triennio di di D7l19 B ‘ D G7 Ct. A hexatonic scale is simply a scale of six notes, though these six notes are usually derived from two different mutually exclusive triads.
U 1’1 ttl “-” “See also Chapter 8. Triads are incredibly strong hxatonics melodic devices. It has a nice “bluesy” flavor, too. This jergy presents apractical method for the construction of hexatonic scales that are useful for both the improviser and composer.
Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics
George Coleman on YouTube Textural variety for improvisation the search continues On an F7 chord, it sounds the: So David, I was wondering, does Bergonzi have any reasoning as to why he proceeds in such a fashion?
George Russell’s ‘Lydian Chromatic Concept’. I 5 9 5 9 Try progressions 1 and 2 with this hexatonic, too. It is useful to note that chord symbols can leave a lot to be desired and may not completely capture what the composer had in mind.
For example, over the C-7 chord, try any these hexatonics: There are 12 melodies selected from the list and transposed to all keys.
If you invert these triads and voice the C triad on top of the B triad, minor 9th intervals are sounded. IT Ffq r ra Again, there are 72 different melodies written out. Is there some sort hexatonicd system or are they just presented randomly? Try it, you might like it!
I fully describe Mr. Pianists often use Hexatonics by stacking triads to create unusual chord voicings.
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Gary Campbell has a very good explanation of why triad pairs are useful. As with the other books in this series, there is a play along CD to tryout all of these diflerent sounds. J Due to the nature of this book and to economize vkl, the word triad will be omitted after the pitch name.
Is Berklee College of music out of your price range? Here are some great links to free sax solo transcriptions- Sax solos link Hexaotnics Pickford’s transcriptions Charles McNeal’s tra I have already been able to start applying some of the principles I’ve learned in just the first four chapters.
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You simply will not believe the number of transcriptions contained in these Japanese compilations. When the box with the book finally came I vo, that the distributor got my order wrong because it came in a big and very heavy box.
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He doesn’t write about why he presents the material in a certain order. In most ofthe following examples and etudes accidentals only apply to the note they are attached to.
B- jC-Try playing 8 notes of any hexatonic melody using the notes of the grid as starting note”. Jerry Bergonzi Vol 3 Jazz Line We improvise in” the sound of the voicing and using hexatonic voicings and lines can lend avery contemporary sound. Select a few to practice and play in all keys keeping in mind what chords they may fit over. I’ve heard some rave reviews on Walt Weiskopf s book how do you spell that name?
Also, try improvising using any rhythm but starting your phrase on the notes of the grid. Thousands of pages of Jazz transcriptions!