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DOWNLOAD PDF. Report this file. Description. Download Jerry Bergonzi Vol 7 - Hexatonics Free in pdf format. Sponsored Ads. Shop Related Products. Jerry Bergonzi Hexatonics Volume 7 PDF download. Hexatonics, is the seventh volume of Jerry Bergonzi's series, Inside Improvisation. Jerry Bergonzi Inside Improvisation Series 7 Hexatonics Inside Improvisation Vol.5 Thesaurus of Intervallic usaascvb.infouments.

A fine, high-powered tenor saxophonist with a tone influenced by John Coltrane, a mastery of chord changes, and a strong musical imagination, Jerry Bergonzi has long had an underground following in the Boston area. He started on clarinet when he was eight, switching to alto at 12, and finally to tenor two years later. He attended Lowell University and then after graduation played electric bass in local bands behind singers and strippers, saving up enough money to move to New York in After struggling in the Big Apple for seven years and gaining some recognition as a member of Two Generations of Brubeck and of the Dave Brubeck Quartet with whom he appeared on several Concord albums during , Bergonzi moved back to Boston in , where he developed a strong career both as a tenorman and as an educator. Guitar , Horns , Keyboards , Videos. Description Artist Product Description. Jerry Bergonzi. In part one 1 of 2 of this "Improvising With Triad Pairs" jazz lesson series, legendary saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi breaks down his exciting approach to improvisation using hexatonic scales. With the accompaniment of Andy LaVerne, Jerry brings you through the many harmonic options at your disposal, so you can use these concepts effectively in your solos. If you want to take your improvisations to fresh and interesting places, this triad pairs masterclass series is for you. There is an optional PDF which includes the embedded notation and charts seen in both videos from this series. It does not include the transcriptions of Jerry's improvisations. Topics Covered: Jazz, improvisation, triad pairs, hexatonic scales, major triads, minor triads, triads a whole step apart, applying hexatonics to different chord types and changes, triads a half step apart, etc.

Video 1 - Video 1: In part one 1 of 2 of this "Improvising With Triad Pairs" jazz lesson series, legendary saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi breaks down his exciting approach to improvisation using hexatonic scales.

With the accompaniment of Andy LaVerne, Jerry brings you through the many harmonic options at your disposal, so you can use these concepts effectively in your solos. If you want to take your improvisations to fresh and interesting places, this triad pairs masterclass series is for you. Topics Covered: Jazz, improvisation, triad pairs, hexatonic scales, major triads, minor triads, triads a whole step apart, applying hexatonics to different chord types and changes, triads a half step apart, etc.

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Campbell's approach in my Triad Pairs post. Here is Mr. Campbell's explanation: 1.

By limiting note selection to six tones each triad consisting of three , a more concise sonority is created. For example, the conventional chords used in the Jazz idiom are oftentimes associated with parent chord-scales of seven or more tones melodic minor, major, minor, harmonic minor, and so on. Rendering these scales in the form of triad pairs yields more variety in tone color and suggests novel melodic possibilities.

Each of the triads expresses a tonality. By using two triads, bi-tonal effects are created.

This effect is multiplied when the triad pair is used over a root tone that is not present in either triad. As with the other books in this series, there is a play along CD to try out all of these different sounds. If you liked checking out Pentatonics, you'll have fun with Hexatonics.

Good Luck! To write it down or to give it a name, we will call it D triad over C triad.

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Die D triad over C triad The reason the D triad is over the C triad is because it is more consonant sounding than C triad over the D triad. When the C triad is voiced on top it creates minor ninth intervals which are dissonant.