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Jazz Guitar Harmony Part II

July 27, 2010 Wednesday
Tom Lippincott
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Jazz Guitar Harmony Part 2 covers:

• triads: clear and concise system for learning all close position major, minor, diminished, and augmented triads
• four important uses of triads
• diatonic harmonized major scales with triads
• shell voicings: 10 different practical chord shapes that can be used to comp through any tune in the the typical standard repertoire
• diatonic harmonized major scales with shell voicings, including variations with contrapuntal movement
• application of shell voicings to comping on tunes
• examples with comping rhythms, articulations, half step chord approaches, and discussion of swing feel
• chord symbol interpretation and guide to simplifying more complex chord symbols

• running time: 111 minutes
• includes 9 pages of written examples and exercises

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Average customer rating:
5 stars Total votes: 9

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Customer Reviews:

Adel Minkara  (Monday, 30 October 2017)
Rating: 5
Excellent ! Great Player ! Great teacher! Highly recommended to all levels of players/students/teachers !

ivan rojas  (Saturday, 28 November 2015)
Rating: 5
Continuacion de la coleccion de 5 videos de Harmonia. Muy bien explicado y con ejercios y ejemplos muy didacticos.

sebastian sibila  (Tuesday, 21 April 2015)
Rating: 5
Thank you so much Tom. So wonderfully and completely explained. Triads, triads, triads. You pimped my playing.

Oliver Richardson  (Monday, 13 April 2015)
Rating: 5
Following on from my review of part 1, this lesson was the epiphany moment when i realised how intervals really worked across the neck, and how they form subsequent triads. Within a few weeks of solidly practising the shapes and their inversions, I all of a sudden knew more chords than i knew what to do with. And best of all, i actually understood what was happening theory wise.

The 7th chords section is the icing on the cake; Tom doesn't throw you into the deep end with complex jazz chords, he sticks with the formula and introduces the idea: using the highest pitched note in the chord as a voice/lead, a simple yet powerful concept. 10/10

Alexis Pareja  (Wednesday, 26 March 2014)
Rating: 5
Tom lays down an efficient way of organizing the various triads and inversions in this course. Though I was familiar with them, it was a nice refresher course that allowed me to reprogram how I thought on the fretboard a bit better. Plus it made me realize stripping things down to triads is more applicable to a wider variety of styles since not everything uses 7th chords.



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