But he lays a nice foundation from which to work. Bret really understands harmony and can hear stuff amazingly well. Bret not Brett Wilmott is willmptt of the greatest guitar teachers on the planet. Submit a Correction Learn how ratings work.
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Voicing Considerations. Chord Symbol Notation spirit ene 19 Problems and suggested solutions to chord symbology 5.
Tensions a Theory governing tension selections including tension addition char. Dominant Substitute V7 Chords. Tension 9 additions by string. Tension Lith chords presented in various IT- V-1 examples. Tension 13 m2 -- 56 a 13th and 6th chords presented in various II - V - 1 exemples. Voice-leading Chord Scales. Three Tensions 9, 11, and Additional Enharmonic Chordal Substitutions. Relative Major - Minor TENew Voreings so: occp ec cre seney eee eles etsy coe ae 2.
Enharmonic Substitutions of 9th Chords with omitted third or fifth mes Examination of the various functions in these non-drop 2 type voicings.
Tension Additions on Diminished 7th Chords Constant Structure Harmonic Motion Symmetrical Dominant Substitutions at Dominant functions of whole-tone and diminished are examined, Altered Dominant. Fourth Voicings - Modal and diatonic approaches to quartal harmony. Chromatic Guide-lines If -V - 1 examples and some extended chord progressions, Song Examples. Various rhythms and chord omissions rests are suggested to be used over the existing examples throughout this text.
Through knowledge and listening, students will discover and compose new voicings and sounds. The material in this book will be common musical knowledge that can be shared by all musicians. It will not be another guitaristic approach to harmony for guitar players only. In later sections, the remaining strings will receive the same voice-leading considerations as the top string.
Brett Wilmott - Complete Book of Harmony, Theory & Voicing
Bret Willmott - Complete Book of Harmony Theory & Voicing