Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Chord #32 - G7(b9/13)
This chord reminds me of the kind of voicings someone like Joe Pass might play. The voicing can be played just as a rootless four-note structure (as notated) or with the root note as I did in the musical example.
In the example - I played a III-IV-II-V progression (Emin7(11)- A7(b9/13)-Dmin7(11)-G7(b9/13). For the minor chords I used Chord #25. I can imagine this being a good introduction leading into a jazz ballad.
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Posted by Az Samad at 12:27 AM
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