Common first (open) position chord forms (E, A, D, G, C), exercises,
plus basic pop and folk-oriented accompaniments. For the beginning/first
Lesson geared towards familiarization with fundamental major
and minor bar chords. Features chromatic exercises (strum/arpeggio)
to build strength.
of C). Nine common "moveable" dominant seventh chord
voicings for use with standard twelve-bar slow, shuffle, and
rock/funk blues progressions.
(Key of C). Traditional "short chords" and full-sounding
"Mickey Baker" chord voicings for jazz and swing blues
progressions. Major, minor and dominant.
An introduction to harmonizing the major scale utilizing 4-tone
triads & seventh chords, plus the essential diatonic cycle
of fifths. ->
Excellent follow-up to the "Diatonic Chord Scales"
lesson, with 37 unique starting "triad" inversions
for constructing numerous additional chord scales.
Chord Scale Forms.
The main focus in this solid chord scale follow-up shifts to
"seventh" inversions, with 35 more starting forms to
extend your chordal vocabulary.