26 dez. case 96 PEQUENO DICIONARIO DE ACORDES CIFRADOS e’a 5? casa do ViolzIo- Os 97 PEQUENO DICIONARIO DE ACORDES CIFRADOS. En música un acorde de séptima, es un acorde formado por la superposición de cuatro notas La teoría clásica de la música considera disonantes a todos los acordes de séptima, ya que el intervalo de séptima que contienen es considerado. En el acorde de Sol, la tercera nota es Si y la quinta nota es RE. solo de guitarra de los Eagles), estos arpegios pueden tener notas del acorde sobre suenan bien) mientras que las notas que no son del acorde son disonantes (o sea.
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Skip ppara main content. Log In Sign Up. En el acorde de Do, la tercera nota es Mi y la quinta nota disonantss Sol. En el acorde de Fa, la tercera nota es La y la quinta nota es DO. En el acorde de Sol, la tercera nota es Si y la quinta nota es RE. Ahora ya disponemos de varias notas para componer nuestro solo: Do sostenido, Re sostenidoFa sostenido, Sol sostenidoLa sostenido. Fa sostenido, Sol sostenido, La sostenido, Do sostenidoRe sostenido. Sol sostenido, La sostenido, Do sostenido, Re sostenido, Fa sostenido.
La mayor parte de los solos de jazz son de este tipo. Las notas que son del acorde siempre son consonantes es decir, suenan bien mientras que las notas que no son del acorde son disonantes o sea, suenan mal. Estas escalas especiales siempre tienen alguna nota distinta respecto a la escala mayor y esta nota distinta es como una especia que da un sabor especial al solo que use esas escalas especiales.
La escala llamada “doria” es la escala de Do Mayor con el Si bemol y el Mi bemolla escala llamda “eolia ” es la escala de Do Mayor con el Si bemol, el Mi bemol y el La bemol.
La escala disonsntes “lidia ” es la escala de Do mayor con el fa sostenido. Las escalas dorias y frigias se usan sobre los acordes menores de la escala de Do Mayor Re menor, Mi menor, La menor. Los solos tocados con ” series ” de notas suenan experimentales y raros.
Es necesario hablar ahora del concepto de ” notas de color” o ” notas decorativas embellishment “. Estas notas no son fundamentales en el solo ni en la frase musical pero se usan para dar un COLOR especial al solo: Slash, Joe Perry, Jimmy Page.
Tonny Iommi y Mark Knopfler son otros guitarristas de los que incluimos solos, mencionando las escalas que usan habitualmente.
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De Ritchie Blackmore incluimos su segundo solo de guitarra en “Lazy”en La mayor. PD PD or or! No warranty of accuracy or useability is implied or claimed.
FTFIN iffii ww ww om om k k ffi lic lic 1 meas. With a chord progression that sounds easily accessible for the average listener, a slight swing feel, and an accentuation pattern resembling a children song, it is not difficult to understand why this track has disonsntes named after his then young daughter.
The timbre of the SynthAxe resembles a soft, round electric organ sound with a much used ability to change gradually to a much sharper synthetic sound. This is most likely done using a foot pedal. As we will see continuingly throughout the solo he makes use of both volume control and whammy bar to express himself acoddes to make the phrases both fragile and soft as well as rough and intense.
After introducing it in beginning of bar 75 he repeats it one 4th below, then again another 4th below the finally a 5th below, before continuing the phrase.
As we see in the chart he sticks to the A minor scale all the way to the very end of bar 77 before anticipating the changing harmony by playing an Eb as an sixteen-note upbeat to bar Continuing with the possibilities of the whammy bar, he approach the G in the end of bar 85 by gliding up paga the note, and diving it down shortly after, making the guitar resembles a high pitch cry.
The intensity evoked by this way of using the instrument is further enforced by the short pauses that occur in the phrase.
Introducing it as an upbeat to bar 91 Holdsworth plays a three- note motif that he then repeats one step higher. He continues by imposing an ascending movement towards the first melody note in bar 92 before descending and repeating the movement aimed for the next melody note. This gradually built tension in the phrase peaks in a blistering descending scale that continues till the second beat of the next bar.
The motivation for this dramatic phrase is a preparation for the second half of the head that start in bar 92 where as we saw earlier the music shifts to a rougher and bolder character.
As we see going further into the solo, the rhythmical subdivisions he uses often glides between for example groups of fifth and groups of sixths. This produces fluidness in the sense of rhythm that gives the feeling that he actually speeds up and slows down as an object in motion.
It is also interesting to observe the extreme movement within the bars illustrated in the phrase in question. To add to the dramatic character of the music we see the notes in steep ascending and descending movements.
The whammy bar also plays a significant role. In bar 96 he gradually raises the pitch of the C note a major 3rd up to an E, before repeating the effect of extreme vibrato on high pitch notes and small pauses to add to the effect.
Holdsworth continues by entering some blistering scales as the first of his two rounds of soloing is completed. F major add 5 2. Although he does not speak of the use of these, it is reasonable to conclude this on the bases of his mentioned principle.
One of the characteristics of this solo is the use of the whammy bar as we have observed earlier in this analysis.
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In bar we again see the combination of extreme vibrato and small pauses in between notes. It is now clear this dramatic effect is one of the key signatures to making the solo as unguitaristic as it is, on an album where this is one of only two guitar solos. F melodic minor add b7 b3. F melodic minor add 4 b3. Another interesting observation is the way the notes are placed within the rhythmical groupings.
The purpose of this is to create structure within the phrase for the ease of both the listener as well as the player.
However this seems to be somewhat absent in the bars shown above, and there seem to be no predictability of the continuing direction of the solo as it goes along. This adds to the chaotic, intense feeling that most definitely is the purpose at this point in the solo.
A melodic minor add b7 3. His modal-oriented approach to improvisation easily results in a more stepwise melodic construction then what would have been natural in the playing of a chord- oriented musician. This creates a further distance between the actual soloing and the harmonic landscape that lies beneath, since he does not accentuate or embellish the chord notes more than any other note available within an appropriate scale of his choice.
The development of the music and his soloing, however, remains true to the Holdsworth-expression. It should be noted that this expression is not dependent on the guitar as an instrument, since this album, Sand, is not a guitar album at all. As mentioned there are only two guitar solos on the entire record and so the SynthAxe is defiantly the main instrument here.
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