JERRY BERGONZI VOL 7 HEXATONICS PDF

Hexatonics (Inside Improvisation Series, 7) [Jerry Bergonzi] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hexatonics, is the seventh volume of Jerry. vol.7 S:JJUJXJH L lOA S31~3S NOIIVSIAO~dWI 3alSNI IZNOH:l39 A1H:l3r.. .!:,-X 1t~)r:1L-:’ “~pter 1 D C C pter’: C C::a ;’ter 3. Jerry Bergonzi: INSIDE IMPROVISATION SERIES VOLUME 7: HEXATONICS, Paperback Book & CD Package, All Instruments, and thousands more titles.

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Newer Post Older Post Home. The book is big and just shy of pages. The “stand alone” sound is oftentimes enough to make a strong, effective melodic statement regardless of how it is or isn’t relating to the harmony over which it is being used.

On some of these chords we are allowing much leeway. Thousands of pages of Jazz transcriptions! D triad over e triad.

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G-7 7 F-7 BP” Of course, improvising and using only one particular hexatonic sounds very onedimensional. The triads offer a skeleton structure to base lines on.

Inside Improvisation Series, Vol. 7: Hexatonics: Book & CD

F;IC Try playing 8 notes of any hexatonic melody using the notes of the grid as starting notes. Try anticipating the dominant chord by playing the hexatonic on the hdxatonics minor 7 chord.

I fully describe Mr. For example, when playing the over a A,7 chord, it sounds the major 7 as well as the ,7, which will work in certain circumstances. We improvise in” the sound of the voicing jerry using hexatonic voicings and lines can lend avery contemporary sound.

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He doesn’t write about why he presents the material in a certain order. There are 12 melodies selected from the list and transposed to all keys.

In most ofthe following examples and etudes accidentals only apply to the note they are attached to. Jerry Bergonzi- Vol 2 – Pentatonics Documents. J Due to the nature of this book and to economize space, the word triad will be omitted after the pitch name.

Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics.pdf

Here are some great links to free sax solo transcriptions- Sax solos link Lucas Pickford’s transcriptions Charles McNeal’s tra This book will keep me busy for a long time, it’s really the most useful music book that I’ve run across in a long time. Nergonzi, it is a good way to practice in order to make it your own.

In some instances you might want the more dissonant sound of minor 9ths. Hearing these different combinations of triads against different chords is a must for expanding your tonal pallet.

G ‘ F-7 Bi: This book herry a great way to learn a to use a modern and usually confusing harmonic device for improvising over chord changes. On a minor 7th chord, the upper triad sounds the 9,: Yes, here they are. Jerry Bergonzi- Pentatonics-Vol 2 Documents. Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 – Hexatonics.

In some cases additional naturals are given. Sure, only a few different ones, but they’re coming out. It should be assumed, from this point on, that Die means: For example, over the D-7 chord, try any of these hexatonics: So, when the same hexatonic in one place is referred to as “G: Die D triad over C triad The reason the D triad is over the e triad is because it is more consonant sounding than e triad over the D triad.

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The hexatonic to play is written above the bar with the chord symbol below. Therefore, choosing key signatures, accidentals or even names jar the triads involved was not always an easy task. Played over it sounds the: Chord Hexatoncs 7 sus G t. Jerry Bergonzi vol 3 – Jazz Line Education.

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Jerry’s book is more practical than Gary’s book. Berklee Jazz Harmony Some hexatonics are consonant sounding against a chord type. Like a blues scale, in the wrong hands this could be devastating! As already stated, a hexatonic scale can be derived by combining the notes of two triads that do not share any common tones. Is there some sort of system or are they just presented randomly?

For example, the conventional chords used in the Jazz idiom are oftentimes associated with parent chord-scales of seven or more tones melodic minor, major, minor, harmonic minor, and so on. When the e triad is voiced on top it creates minor ninth intervals which are dissonant. These are the work books from Jazz Harmon D IC Try playing 8 notes of any hexatonic melody using the notes of the grid as starting notes.

Each of the triads expresses a tonality.

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