Tutorial Part II

The Origin of the Four Important Chord Types & Their Scales
An Overview of the Barry Harris Harmonic Principles

by Fiona Bicket

Previous study of “The Approach to Improvised lines and Harmony” is recommended  (View Here).

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Author’s Note
About the Author

Section 1: In the Beginning
Section 2: The Four Important Chord Types
2.1: FINDING THE SCALE UNDERLYING THE FOUR IMPORTANT CHORD TYPES
2.2: FINDING FOUR IMPORTANT CHORD TYPES FROM THIS DIMINISHED SCALE
2.2.1: The Major Sixth Chord
2.2.2: The Minor Sixth Chord
2.2.3: The Dominant Seventh Chord
2.2.4: The Dominant Seventh Flat Five Chord
2.2.5: To Summarize

Section 3: What is Missing?
Section 4: The Four Important Scales
4.1: C Major Sixth Diminished Scale
4.2: C Minor Sixth Diminished Scale
4.3: C Seventh Diminished Scale
4.4: C Seventh Flat Five Diminished Scale

Section 5: The Extended Family
Section 6: Conclusion
APPENDIX
WHOLE TONE TO DIMINISHED EXAMPLES
MORE EXAMPLES FOR THE DOMINANT SEVENTH DIMINISHED SCALES

This 20-page document is an overview of Barry Harris' harmonic principles, and describes the way he derives the four important chord types and their scales.

 

It includes an appendix with musical examples using these chords and scales, written for the piano.


Language: English - $20.00

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