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HARMONIC /the-sau-rus #9 (Diffracted ii-V7-I using Quartal Alignment techniques) Video Masterclass + backing track

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HARMONIC /the-sau-rus #9 (Diffracted ii-V7-I using Quartal Alignment techniques) Video Masterclass + backing track

In this harmonic study series I will be presenting some of my favorite voicings for a number of different chord types. Each installment will concentrate on a specific intervallic harmonic structure or chordal concept/technique that I find attractive and interesting to my ears.

Part 9 presents an easy and very unique concept we can apply in order to create harmonic tension and release when comping over ii-V-I progressions. This way of diffracting the original basic harmony of any progression is fully based on the techniques and concepts of “Quartal Alignment” which were covered in Part 8 of the “Harmonic Thesaurus” series.

For the Dmin7 chord we will be using basic and quartal Dmin7 voicings and for the diffracted chordal elements over our ii chord we will be borrowing harmonic material from the 10 different quartal alignment techniques of the D Dorian quartal harmonization.

For the G7 chord we will be using basic G7 and quartal Ab Dorian voicings and for the diffracted chordal elements over our V chord we will be borrowing harmonic material from the 10 different quartal alignment techniques of the Ab Dorian quartal harmonization.

For the Cmaj7 chord we will be using basic Cmaj7 and quartal A Dorian voicings and for the diffracted chordal elements over our I chord we will be borrowing harmonic material from the 10 different quartal alignment techniques of the A Dorian quartal harmonization.

In the accompanying Tutorial Video Masterclass I will be discussing in detail the architecture and development of this type of playing (harmonic diffraction) as well as analyzing the first 4 phrases slowly so you can see and hear first hand my thinking and approach when constructing these chordal lines. The second video contains all ten phrases performed at tempo with a backing track that has a bass line playing the original ii-V-I changes so you can hear the tension and release that is created when the two parts are superimposed.


Materials Included:

"Harmonic Thesaurus #9" - Diffracted ii-V7-I study (PDF file - TAB and Standard Notation).

Backing Track.

35 mins. "HD Video" Tutorial Masterclass.

"HD Video" of all harmonic phrases performed at tempo.


For more info please e-mail: hristo@hristovitchev.com

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"Harmonic Thesaurus #9" - Diffracted ii-V7-I study (PDF file - TAB and Standard Notation). Backing Track. 35 mins. "HD Video" Tutorial Masterclass. "HD Video" of all harmonic phrases performed at tempo.

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