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Melodic Minor Madness

December 11, 2006 Wednesday 1:30 PM
Sheryl Bailey
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How to expand your chordal palate and melodic lines by converting to min/ma7 voicings from the Jazz Melodic Minor scale. I will show how the min/ma7 relates to all of the common chord functions: I minor, I major, II subdominant, V7 w/ natural tensions, and V7 w/ altered tensions. By using each function in context of the common II-V-I progression, students can open their ears and create more modern sounding voicings. I'll then apply each concept over a standard tune to demonstrate how the harmony opens up. Having a wide vocabulary of ways to voice the melodic minor sound will open the door to using it for inventing lines.


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5 stars Total votes: 1

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Customer Reviews:

SCOT GORMLEY  (Thursday, 10 February 2011)
Rating: 5
Sheryl, I downloaded your newest Mike's Master Class yesterday, along with Boot Camp II & III and Melodic Minor Madness. These classes are consistently excellent. Thanks again. I really like your tip about Dorian b2 (mel. minor mode 2) being a dom. 7sus(b9) chord scale rather than a minor chord scale. That actually makes the scale usable--imagine that! (I did a Youtube video in which I opined that that scale was not very usable--maybe I should reshoot that video.)

- Scot Gormley (Columbus, OH)






 

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Jack Wilkins

"Once again, another little masterpiece [4/1/12] from the maestro Mr.Herberman. This time he has managed to exemplify, through concise and exhaustive examples,the most fundamental and crucial approaches to mastering fluency in improvising through the changes of any given standard or chord progression...If fluency is what you're looking for, go no further than here...A gem....Thanks Steve." - Dave W. (Dublin, IRL)