1)Just one small note (for example: from a chord tone to thethird aboveand then back, or to the fifth and then back)
An example using a thirdabove and moving downwards.
NotaBene: I use the third as in a regular scale. So, if you take the third of theb7th of a dominant scale, you play the ninth and not the root.Listen
Let’s just say you skipto the third, but you don’t return to the originalchord tone but to the nextnon-chord tone. Then you’ll have to insert anextra chromatic tone from aboveor below before the next chord tone.Again, notice the trouble with the seventhof the dominant chord! I haven’tresolved this to any set of solutions. It’sa dilemma: deal with it, you cantry to solve the problem, but you might as wellleave it there with aquestion mark. Still, this sounds good.
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