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good bit on diminished stuff in pwyh 2.4

 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 8:57 am    Post subject: good bit on diminished stuff in pwyh 2.4 Reply with quote

Just a little followup on my thread on pwyh 2.4,
one of my favourite bits is on dim arps and using dim chords to sub for your turnarounds (or whatever it's called).
I see some threads in the forum on dim arps and scales, and this is an interesting area which is nicely incorporated into the chapters following the bebop section.

It's easily served and laid out to enjoy, and while it's kind of a complex area, it's explained in some detail, and the participant is directed to look into the various possible positions of the dim arps and how one might involve pieces of it in the soloing to make it flow with the surrounding chords.

This is something that takes a bit of thinking on behalf of the student, and I've just recently come to understand the process behind it all, but it's explained in an easily absorbed manner, and once you get the picture it comes natural.

This is important, and I enjoy it a lot!

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