Hier traf er eines Abends Budd Johnson, der ihm die C-Tonleiter (Webster war durch Frankie Trumbauers „Singin’ The Blues“ neugierig geworden), und kurz. Coltrane kombinierte in seinem Spiel verschiedene Tonleitern und inszenierte seine Blues, Hard Bop und Jazz sind geprägt von spontanen Variationen. Seidenfaden, Heike / Weber, Franz-Karl: Blues-Klavierschule Image 2/5 Image 3/ 5 Image 4/5 Barabas Helge: Blues Tonleitern Violette Reihe Barabas Helge.
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The minor pentatonic scale shape is usually the first scale shape guitar players learn on the guitar. By studying the minor pentatonic scale’s theoretical background the confusion disappears and many new applications for this versatile scale are revealed.
Minor pentatonic scale theory fact 1: Since most people are familiar with the major scale i. tonleiternn
Here are the notes of the C major scale: C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C Every major scale has a relative minor scale to create the relative minor scale also called the natural minor scale or Aeolian modesimply play the major scale beginning on blhes sixth note of the major scale.
The relative minor scale for C major is the A minor scale, we find this by counting up the scale degree numbers and create our new scale from the sixth degree.
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To hear and absorb the sound of each scale play the chord that relates to the scale first, bluea play the scale and finish by playing the chord again. Here is how that would be played: C major scale ear training practice.
A minor scale ear training practice: Can you hear the difference? The major chord will sound bright and cheerful whereas the minor scale will sound darker and melancholy.
Minor pentatonic scale theory fact 2: The relative minor scale has two other names a the natural minor b Aeolian mode. Minor pentatonic scale theory fact 3: To find the notes in a minor pentatonic scale, simply omit the second hlues sixth notes of a natural minor scale.
Minor pentatonic scale theory fact 4: When we omit the second and sixth notes of the natural minor scale we remove the tension points in the natural minor scale. The tension points in a natural minor scale exits between the second and third notes B-C in our exampleand fifth and sixth notes E-F in our example.
This helps to explain the popularity of the minor pentatonic scale, because with the tension points removed it is less likely for even the inexperienced player to play a “wrong” note. As you study the minor pentatonic scale theory you will discover that although you may have played the minor pentatonic scale fingering pattern on the guitar fretboard countless times, you may not have been aware of the notes you are playing under your fingers or in fact why you have been playing these specific notes.
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