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  1. #101

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack E Blue
    Can anyone explain what Forman means by "triadic shift" in Green Dolphin Street? I've searched various threads and can't find an explanation.
    I assume he means in bars 5 and 6 where some people play the major chord a whole step up, then lower it a semitone, then back to the home chord. (At least that’s one version, some play them as dominants I think).

    Either way, the melody in those 2 bars outlines a descending major triad.

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    I would think it refers to the beginning of the melody, which can be looked at as triads over a pedal?

  4. #103

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    Yes you can play the triads like this .....

    |C. |%. |Eb. |%. |
    |D. |Db. |C. |%. |