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    Hi everyone,

    This is some examples of usage of family of V7s. I hope you find it helpful. TAB with a brief analysis available in description. Chao.



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    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
     
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    What's the organization for choice of extensions and chromatics with your Family of V7's.

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    Extensions from the diminished scale? I dunno, seems like it?

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    Someone explained well here.

    Dominant subs Family of Four

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    Thanks Sandols.

    The organizations work. The next step would be to have targets, Harmonic targets that clean up the organization of extensions and chromatic usage.

    ex. Calling Cmaj your tonal target,

    G7 is Diatonic V7 chord............................................. .Cmaj tonal Target
    Db7 is Tritone Sub............................................... ......Cmaj tonal Target
    E7 is V7 of the Relative Minor, Amin............................Cmaj tonal target
    Bb7 is tritone Sub of E7, that V7 of relative A-7 of ......Cmaj tonal target

    So your using basic Maj/min. functional organization and Diatonic Relative Min. harmonic Relationships.

    The choice of extensions and chromatic notes would then be pulled or added using the above harmonic organization.
    They can be defined...
    There are other possible approached for organization. But the point is how to fill in the blanks with a Reference.

    The use of Tonal targets is just a expanded version of the key center approach. And can be used in smaller sections of time, sections of music that can still have musical organization with the complete tune or chord progression or chord pattern. Melodies and melodic line can use same organization.

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    'Brothers and Sisters'; Barry Harris

    Pat Martino also a version of this.

    Pretty important concept for jazz. Thanks for the vid!