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Stylistic II/V7/I voicings for keyboardists

Author: Luke Gillespie
Publisher: New Albany, IN : Jamey Aebersold Jazz, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"...So much of the jazz harmonic language deals with the ii V I chord progression...[Students] have learned to play a lot of sophisticated voicings, but sometimes there is a lack of harmonic awareness and inner voice leading as well as a weak sense of how chords resolve in a ii V I progression as a unit...This book will give the jazz keyboard student and teacher a basic foundation for playing ii V I chord  Read more...
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Luke Gillespie
OCLC Number: 47673052
Description: 1 score (112 pages) ; 28 cm
Contents: Ii V I chords & scales --
ii V I voicings with dropped notes --
Altered dominant chords & scales --
Rootless ii V I chord voicings --
Minor ii V i chord voicings --
ii ♭II I tritone substitution --
More on chord substitution --
Quartal and quintal ii V I chord voicings --
Contrapuntal ii V I chord voicings --
Bitonal ii V I chord voicings --
Appendix: demonstration of ii VI voicing techniques.
Responsibility: by Luke Gillespie.

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"...So much of the jazz harmonic language deals with the ii V I chord progression...[Students] have learned to play a lot of sophisticated voicings, but sometimes there is a lack of harmonic awareness and inner voice leading as well as a weak sense of how chords resolve in a ii V I progression as a unit...This book will give the jazz keyboard student and teacher a basic foundation for playing ii V I chord progressions and provide some lessons that can be used in the classroom or in private study...Knowing many different kinds of chords is fine, but it is equally important to know how to play one chord many different ways..."--preface.

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