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Stasys Daugirdas

@stasys · Guitar · Vilnius

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Suspensions, sixth chords and alterations diversify the possibilities of the accompaniment. Without changing the basic harmony of the piece, we can increase or decrease the tension of the chord. As the… More…

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During improvisation, tritone jumps (# 4><b5) are quite common, for example, in the final blues turnaround I + 6 bVIIx VIx bIIIx / II bVIx V bIIx / I + 6 // ... Therefore, this exercise will also be very… More…

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The biggest difference between early jazz styles and Bebop era musicians is that they began to view diatonic tone spacing as a target filled with (chromatic run). This chromatic run is also found in blues… More…

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Chromatic (gr. Chromaticos - "colored"). It is a twelve-tone scale per octave, in contrast to the diatonic seven-tone scale. In other words, the distances between adjacent sounds in the chromatic scale… More…
Dec. 17, 2020

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Using the Axis 3 and Axis 5 chords in a five-fret mensura (scale), consider the sequences of Harmonic Minor, Melodic (Real) Minor, and Harmonic Major so that you can recognize them in all keys and apply… More…

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While humming the melody, as previously shown in the E key, the seventh chords of the third and seventh axes form the seventh chords. Control the notes of the melody, which may merge with the melodic position… More…

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To ensure smooth voicing in progressions, you can use the axes of the third or sevenths of the melodic position. This mixed use of axes is especially characteristic of the progression of the fifth circle.… More…

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second/seventh-type progression:… More…

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Traditionally, chords in steps are often written in the bass clef. Apparently because of the pronunciation of the same word: bass in music means bass clef, and base means basic, in other words, basic harmony. More…

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In music theory, we are constantly confronted with chord progressions. These chord progressions or sequences are often written in Roman numerals. Using this system, “I” means a seventh chord in the first… More…

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Jazz Minor Scale in the fifth position… More…