Fusion Solo - oriental inspiration

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC!

    Here is the little piece I composed which demonstrates application of melody variations. I used lots of thrills and slides, which is more like oriental thing, but still, it has been used by lots of fusion players like Al di Meol and John Mclaughlin. Notice how the second part, which is played one octave above, create great sensation that it’s different part of the composition. Harmony beneath this is Emin9, A min 7 and B7. Pentatonic scales fits here perfectly if you want to improvise, also be careful if you use harmonic minor to improvise over this, it fits only over B7, otherwise, natural minor is recommended!

    Have fun!

    Regards!
    Vasilije

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