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  I7(#9) vs a Coexisting bIII

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 Ken Valentino
  www.musicwithoutrules.com
I7(#9) vs a Coexisting bIIIsubmitted:
2016/03/31 13:17:00
revised:
2016/03/31 13:28:19



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The first file is showing a Coexisting Tonic on bIII, arrived at easier by playing bII beforehand.

The second file is a I7(#9). The "#9" sounds better treated with negative tendencies, bent sharp, played off beat etc.

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The backup guitar is playing the same in both cases, a G maj triad.

 


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