Saturday, April 12, 2008
Chord #50 - G6(#11) no 3rd
Today's chord can be used for multiple settings. Although I initially heard it as a Major Lydian voicing, it can also be used as both a dominant chord and a minor chord voicing.
In my musical example, the chord progression outlined is in G Dorian(#4), a mode of D Harmonic Minor. In this case, today's voicing actually functions as the tonic chord for this progression (G6(#11)no 3rd - Bbmin(add#11) - A).
I also kept two common tones throughout the different chords - the E natural and C#(Db).
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Posted by Az Samad at 10:38 AM
Labels: Dominant Chords, Major Chords, Minor Chords
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