Thanks. I appreciate your patience Jsaras- you are correct - that does sound like something I should learn !
Which volume is that in and is it available in a paid PDF ?
It sounds like a guided intervallic voice leading system -I use my ear for that but I am curious about the Intervals.
Also -voice leading is a specific case so I wonder why the 'Theory Books ' don't discuss secondary tritone resolutions to the destination chord where the tritone resolves to other tones than the root . These are less dependent upon voice leading because they are 'Functional Expanded Harmony ' (lol) my term .
I have a term for this and the type of cadences it produces but I don't have an extreme amount of time for 'student mode' lol because it took me a long time to be able to play well enough to 'contribute' let's say .
I noticed a page that discusses this which is isolated meaning it's part of a 'Course' but it might be Cheryl Bailey because it talks about 'cosmic ' ....it may be a page from her 'Course' that leaked from my Google Search.
So voice leading and step wise motion is good but these resolutions are actually workable without much voice leading - almost like a ii-V-I being so strong that even voiced terribly it will still function...
They are weaker Cadences which is cool - for new flavors .
So I want to use them as I write and play but at least get a 'Concept '.
These are more for composing - but great for linear substitution because in linear you don't even have to 'catalog' them as long as they resolve to any chord tone or extension ...
Funny because I am learning shorthand Theory that I missed-but these are a logical extension of Secondary Dominant Theory...and when Professor X writes a Theory Book they copy other Theory Books and cover the same ground over and over .
This is probably not in the Books.
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