Chord Melody (III) - Chord Changes

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC! In this lesson I made an arrangement of the previous chord melody lesson. In the last lesson we had seen how to embellish the melody of a tune by using chromatic and diatonic passing tones and in the end I put some chord replacement. All this lesson is about some kind of replacement and embellishment of the chords.

    As I've said in the previous lessons the tempo in this kind of music is rubato. That means there is a fluctuation made by the interpreter of the song. This is a playing style that most of the time is played by one person, a guitar player, a piano player. So the tempo could be very flexible.

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