Our final lesson in the 8-week series on dyads. Today we take a look at how to create a set of dyads over an altered E∆7 chord by voice leading through different triads. Using harmonic and arranging techniques we've already discussed to develop a tonal landscape over a "modal" vamp that is not trapped within one scale or mode while sticking with dyads. It offers changing colors and textures as the triads string together to develop the melody and dyadic harmony.
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