Superimposing Lydian Pentatonic shapes on Major7th chords - digital download
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The bright, uplifting, ethereal sound of superimposing the Minor pentatonic on the Major 7th chord is a wonder addition to any improvisors toolbox of sounds.
As Charlie Parker said:
"I realized by using the high notes of the chords as a melodic line, and by the right harmonic progression, I could play what I heard inside me."
When we superimpose the Minor Pentatonic on to the 7th degree of the major 7th chord we highlight the major 7th, 9th, the 3rd, #11 and 13th (or 6th) - the higher extensions of the chords.
Understanding + adding these uplifting ethereal sounds to our repertoire will help us to take our playing higher levels.
The download includes the following:
- Mp3 of all the video examples
- Regular and Slower backing Mp3 play along tracks
- PDF of all video exercises that demonstrate superimposing the pentatonic starting on the Minor 3rd and Major 7th of the Major 7th chord for Concert, Bb, Eb and Bass instruments + GTR TAB
- A theory Pdf that contains examples of the superimposition in various keys.
- sound experience
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