"How To Hear Far-Out Harmonies!"

     What makes a harmony "far-out"? Extensions to the basic triad. You'll learn to listen for the root -- the bass line -- the tonal center. Then you'll determine whether the 5th is perfect, augmented, or diminished. Then you'll listen for the chief color tone, whether it be a 6th, 9th, or whatever. You'll learn to listen, analyze, listen, analyze, and then listen some more.

  • Extensions of a triad -- 6th

  • Extensions of a triad -- 7th (dominant)

  • Extensions of a triad -- maj7

  • Extensions of a triad -- flat 9th

  • Extensions of a triad -- 9th

  • Extensions of a triad -- flat 10th

  • Extensions of a triad -- 11th (suspension)

  • Extensions of a triad -- sharp 11ths

  • Extensions of a triad -- 13th

  • Combinations of all the above

         Grow big ears!

"How To Hear Far-Out Harmonies!"

 

 

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"How To Hear "Far-Out" Harmonies & Understand Them":

Instructional Audio CD & Far-Out Chord Sheet $19.95

 

 

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