Scales for Jazz Improvisation: A Practice Method for All Instruments
Alfred Music Publishing, 1975 - 52 páginas
Haerle presents the scales used in improvisation and explains applications. Scales shown in all keys and treble and bass clefs include blues, ionian, dorian, phrygian, locrian as well as whole tone, chromatic, augmented and many more. Great aid to memorizing.
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INTRODUCTION GENERAL NOTES
MODES GENERATED BY THE ASCENDING MELODIC MINOR SCALE
SYMMETRICAL ALTERED SCALES
GUIDE TO SCALE CHOICE
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2nd scale step 5th present 7th scale steps Aeolian scale altered 5th Appropriate Scale Form ASCENDING MELODIC MINOR Augmented scale Blues scale Chord Type Appropriate Chromatic scale dissonant clash dominant chord dominant family chords emphasized without fear GUIDE TO SCALE Half Step-Whole Step half steps occur half-diminished chord HARMONIC MINOR SCALE harmony key signature Locrian mode lowered 5th Lydian scale Lydian-Augmented scale major 7th major family chords major scale located melodic minor scale minor 7th chord minor chord minor family Minor Major Minor Pentatonic scale minor scale built Mixolydian mode Mixolydian scale occur between steps patterns which move Phrygian scale pure minor scale raised 7th resolve downward scale bearing scale is constructed scale tones scale with lowered Stan Kenton STEP DIMINISHED SCALE Step-Half Step Diminished Step-Whole Step Diminished Super Locrian scale tendency to resolve Type Appropriate Scale unaltered 9th Whole Step-Half Step whole steps Whole Tone scale