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    Default Brazillian, Latin Practice Exercises

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    III-VI-II-V - Exercise

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    Probably best to share charts in this thread already set-up to play in one of the Latin styles.
    )BOB

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    Default Cha Cha exersice

    DABB Baby!!! A cha cha exersice which consists of just a I-V progression
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbdious View Post
    DABB Baby!!! A cha cha exersice which consists of just a I-V progression
    Your attempt to post a song chart/playlist was not successful.

    There is a detailed tutorial inside the app in Settings/Tutorial/Sharing.
    (You can also select the "?" in a circle at the top of an app page)
    )BOB

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    Default Progresión I-IV-V-IV

    Montunos I-IV-V - Unknown Composer
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 06-17-2018 at 01:17 PM. Reason: Moved to Exercises thread

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    Default Modos Gregos em 1 tonalidade

    Quando se estuda os modos gregos dentro de campo harmônico maior, como é comum. No fim das contas não se tem uma percepção muito grande da diferença dos modos. Isso porque se pegamos o campo harmônico de Dó maior por exemplo, estaremos tocando as mesmas notas em todos os modos.

    Dó Jônio
    Ré Dórico
    Mi Frígio
    Fá Lídio
    Sol Mixolídio
    Lá Eólio
    Si Lócrio

    O ideal para se sentir as tensões é ao invés de praticar no campo harmônico, executar dentro de uma única tonalidade.

    Dó Jônio
    Dó Dórico
    Dó Frígio
    Dó Lídio
    Dó Mixolídio
    Dó Eólio
    Dó Lócrio

    De preferência adicione aos acordes as notas caracteristicas de cada modo. Sendo assim você estará sempre com o mesmo baixo pedal e as tensões serão percebidas tanto nas escalas quanto nos acordes. Isso vai fazer com que você tenha a impressão de que nem são as mesmas escalas que você fazia quando estudando em um campo harmônico maior. Mas são elas mesmas mas. Segue um track pra você praticar.

    Greek modes in 1 key
    When one studies the Greek modes within the larger harmonic field, as is common. In the end, one does not have a very great perception of the difference of manners. This is because if we take the harmonic field of C major, for example, we will be playing the same notes in all modes.

    The ideal to feel the tensions is instead of practicing in the harmonic field, to execute within a single tonality.

    Preferably add to the chords the characteristic notes of each mode. So you will always have the same low pedal and the tensions will be perceived in both scales and chords. This will give you the impression that it is not even the same scales you did when studying in a larger harmonic field. But they are themselves more. Here's a track for you to practice.

    Greek Modes in 1 Tone - Leonardo Oliveira


    Modos Gregos em 1 Tonalidade - Leonardo Oliveira
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 07-12-2018 at 02:01 PM. Reason: Moved to exercises thread, added translation

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