Chord Melody (II)- Melody Arrangement

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC! In this lesson we will work in an arrangement of the previous chord melody lesson. We'll explore the arrangement of the melody, how to make it more interesting. Chromatic passing tones, diatonic passing tones and some new melodies to make a more personal kind of arrangement. In this kind of style you don't have to be precise with the tempo, it is more like fluctuated. You can recognize this in the music of Joe Pass, Luis Salinas, just to name a few guitar players how use this kind of technique to play alone.

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