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Now in his Vol. Broken Music Michael Glasmeier. There are only 12 available pitches in western music. How about that joke, did that work in French?? Here is his interpretation of bars 9 to By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. The way it went was just so limpid if I can be allowed to use the word “limpid” after this horribly long winded post: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

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It’s a major 7, add 9, without the third. If you go that route, there’s your F natural.


I am a music teacher. It’s only taken me twenty years to put some of these high-end theory concepts into actual practice.

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I just re-read some of the preceding — I hope I didn’t offend you. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Eventually, hopefully, they learn a little discretion. If you have any suggestions or comments on the guidelines, please email us. Who the jaz cares? And I see wrench who keeps on buying theory books.

You consent to our cookies and privacy policy if you continue to use this site. Rate this product’s difficulty level: Tibetan Meditation Music Nawang Khechog. Make a wish list for gifts, suggest standard repertoire, let students know which books to buy, boast about pieces you’ve mastered: Jaaz, as usual, I digress.

In this case, you might use the G real melodic minor over any A7 you’d encounter. And, if I did, I apologize. He dismissed all of the new harmny as “crap” and had his own collection of written sheets with scribbled notes and techniques.

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As I said before, the main ‘context’ of this style is jazz as it relates to improvising over changes. The F7 to my knowledge is a re-harm; I’ve always seen just a simple altered minor ii-V7 to take you back to the Dmin: The F7 sounds nice since it’s basically the IV chord, but it doesn’t really serve a “purpose”, so it’s probably just there for color, and some descending bassline action.

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I would most probably choose to play an F natural over the Emin7. I don’t necessarily expect tons of replies on this one, just wanted to share a good read. Oh boy, NOW you’ve opened a can of worms!

How I passed piano proficiency at CCM still remains one of the biggest mysteries of my conservatory days well, that and how I managed to remain alive after closing down so many bars so playing all this complicated stuff on piano was har,ony, uhm, challenge to say the least. I know he’s not the first guy to say that – it just seemed appropriate to interject into this lengthy theoretical discussion that includes reference to Berklee.

This treatment gives you the b9 and 9 with a natural Can you use it or not? I hear people talk of the “Dorianising” of minor chords in theory, but I don’t get it.

Jazz ‘bones Kurt Dietrich. At that point, it becomes pedantic nonsense.