Introduzione all’Utilizzo delle Pentatoniche nell’Improvvisazione Jazz - Parte 2: le Progressioni IIm7b5 | V7 | Im7 e IIm7b5 | V7 | Imaj7 [Short Introduction to Pentatonic Improvisation – Part 2]
Affiliation: Independent Researcher, PhD in Mechanical Engineering, MD in Disciplines of Jazz and Improvisation (Jazz Piano), Battipaglia (SA), Italy
Keywords: Pentatonic Scales, Pentatonic Improvisation, Jazz, Combinations, Cadence, Tritone Substitution, Hard – Bop, Post – Bop
Categories: Performing Arts, Music
The aim of this article lies fundamentally in providing musicians with a method that may effectively assist them in learning the so-called Pentatonic Improvisation. The method is entirely based, like any language, on the concept of combination. In this second part we exclusively address the improvisation techniques suitable for the harmonic progressions Dm7b5 | G7 | Cm7 and Dm7b5 | G7 | Cmaj7. For each of the above-mentioned progressions, we deduce 128 combinations characterized by different degrees of complexity and linguistic purity.