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Modern Jazz Voicings YT CU Ld em aed Rem CATT Table of Contents Introduction About the Authors How to Use This Book and CD PART I: Background and Basics 1 Instrumental Information 1-1 Transposition 1-2. Ranges and Sound Characteristics 2 Fundamental Tools and Techniques 2-1 Tensions 2-2 Anticipation and Delayed Attack 2-3. Reharmonizing Approach Notes 3 Basic Voicings 3-1 Five-Part Soli Voicings 3-2 Five-Part Spreads 3-3 Five-Note Soli Voicings 3-4 Exercises 4 Chord Scales 4-1 Chord Scale Theory 4-2 Forming a Chord Scale 4-3 Avoid Notes 4-4 Notation and Labeling of Chord Scales 4-5. List of Tonal Chord Scales 4-6 List of Modal Chord Scales 4-7 Exercises iv vii ul 7 19 24 28 32 37 41 43 46 48 49 61 63 PART II: Modern Jazz Voicings 5 Voicings in Fourths 5-1 Characteristics 5-2 Five-Part Voicings in Fourths 5-3. Four-Part Voicings in Fourths 5-4 Three-Part Voicings in Fourths 5-5. Exercises 6 Voicings in Seconds (Clusters) 6-1 Characteristics 6-2. Five-Part Clusters 6-3 Four-Part Clusters 6-4 Three-Part Clusters 6-5 Using Clusters 6-6 Exercises 7 Voicing with Upper Structure Triads 7-1 Characteristics 7-2 Six-Part Upper Structure Triads 7-3 Five-Part Upper Structure Triads 7-4 Four-Part Upper Structure Triads 7-5 Three-Part Upper Structure Tri 7-6 Uses of Upper Structure Triads 7-7 Exercises 8 Writing for Six Parts 8-1 Basic Six-Part Writing 8-2 Six-Part Spreads 8-3 Six-Part Tutti Writing 8-4. Six-Part Voi 8-5 Six-Note Voicings in Fourths 8-6 Six-Part Spreads with Top Five Notes in Fourths 8-7 Six-Part Clusters 8&8 Exercises 70 n 16 80 85 93 95 97 99 103 109 M1 113, 114 115 116 119 123 125 126 127 128 129 130 131