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Ever wonder how many different chords you could derive from any given scale?
Or how a standard chord can be used in all keys?
Do you want to discover new scales and structural approaches to enrich your playing?
Explore this book and you will find all chords and scales reduced to 220 possible combinations, with insights into the unique aspects of many of them. A must own for any improvising musician.
Sonic Resource Guide is a reference book for the application of set theory principles to jazz improvisation. It is meant for the musician who wants to explore new sounds for improvisation or composition.
The aim of Sonic Resource Guide is to bridge the gap between highly mathematical pitch class theory books and the often limited scope of jazz improvisation methods by demonstrating various musical relationships that an improviser can use to create fresh sounding musical content.
The book reduces note relationships down to 220 prime forms. Endless combinations of notes can be derived from these prime forms which are commonly referred to as pitch class sets.
The various melodic and harmonic relationships of these pitch class sets are listed to help a musician locate and utilize these relationships within their own playing. Along with each pitch class set is a listing of possible related jazz chords.
Where appropriate a listing of all three- and four-note chords can be found to aid in creating varied and unique harmonic pallettes, as well as three-, four-, six- and eight-note subset relationships to help in exploring subset-based musical ideas.
Jazz musicians will find this book user friendly because all relationships are listed as both pitch names and scale degrees. Set theory students will find each pitch class set is also expressed in its prime form.
An index containing a simplified set list is also included to help in locating a prime form's scales from any note combination. There is also a brief theory section exploring some of the uses of the information presented. Further books will explore these theoretical relationships in depth. 702 pages.