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Played over it sounds the: I have already been able to start applying some of the principles I’ve learned in just the first four chapters.
The first hexatonic is the one most commonly played, and also the one that Walt Wieskof bases his entire book on.
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The book is big and just shy of pages. I 5 9 5 9 Try progressions 1 and 2 with this hexatonic, too. I fully describe Mr.
This book is a great way to learn hexatonjcs to use a modern and usually confusing harmonic device for improvising over chord changes. Adam Roberts for help on the book.
Triad pair are basically the same thing as hexatonic scales. There are 12 melodies selected from the list and transposed to all keys. Jerry Bergonzi Vol 3 Jazz Line In some cases additional naturals are given.
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Many modern piano players use hexatonic voicings by stacking the triads to create aparticular harmony. The motion defines the context.
Thanks for the info. Try it, you might like it!
Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics
For example, over the D-7 chord, try any of these hexatonics: Rather than practice all of them, select a few, and play them in all keys in order to gain flexibility with these hexatonics. G ‘ F-7 Bi: Hearing hfxatonics different combinations of triads against different chords is a must for expanding your tonal pallet. Have each hexatonic 1 bar,2 bars or 4 bars each.
You simply will not believe the number of transcriptions berfonzi in these Japanese compilations. He doesn’t write about why he presents the material in a certain order. It could also be used on minor chords.
Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics. For example, the conventional chords used in the Jazz idiom are oftentimes associated with parent chord-scales of seven or more tones melodic minor, major, minor, harmonic minor, and so on. We improvise in” the sound of the voicing and using hexatonic voicings and lines can lend avery contemporary sound. E-7 A7 D-7 G7 Of course, improvising and using only one particular hexatonic sounds very onedimensionaL Nevertheless, it is a good way to practice in order to make it your own.
Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics.pdf
To write it down or to give it a name, we will call it D triad over C triad. They are easy to think of and combining them is an accessible task for the soloist.
B-jC Try playing 8 notes of any hexatonic melody using the notes of the grid as starting notes. See also Chapter 9. Try integrating this approach with other melodic materiaL:: This can be very helpful in modal settings where there are no diatonic, cycle-forth root movements or resolutions and where each chord change may last a long time for instance, four, eight, or sixteen measures ” Bergonzi’s book is very well thought out and structured to be very useful as a practice tool.
One way to create a hexatonic scale is to combine the notes of two triads that don’t have any common tones.