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Brazian Bossa Nova Chord Progression

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DannyEss  
27 Feb 2011 23:44 | Quote
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I was studying some chord subsitutions of a clasic I vi ii V progression and I came across this progression.

Cmaj9/ Bbm6 / Am6/ Ab dim (b13)

Last chord with the (b13) extension I guess is nothing more than the octive of the D. I am looking at this chord in the right manner (Ab, B, D)

gshredder2112  
27 Feb 2011 23:51 | Quote
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um is this a question?
BodomBeachTerror  
28 Feb 2011 12:22 | Quote
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I am quite interested in how to play these fancy chords!
Admiral  
28 Feb 2011 12:39 | Quote
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What voicings are you using? Id be quite interested in that
MoshZilla1016  
28 Feb 2011 16:13 | Quote
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DannyEss says:
Last chord with the (b13) extension I guess is nothing more than the octive of the D. I am looking at this chord in the right manner (Ab, B, D)

Ab B D is the dim. part of Ab dim b13. The D being the b5th. The b13 would be an E.
Something like this..


e----x
B----5
G----7
D----6
A----5
E----7
DannyEss  
28 Feb 2011 20:13 | Quote
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Mosh,

Thanks!....I guess I should have taken off my shoes so I could count to 13!

DannyEss  
28 Feb 2011 21:59 | Quote
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e----x-----x------x------x
B----3-----6------5------5
G----4-----6------5------7
D----2-----5------4------6
A----3-----x------x------5
E----x-----6------5------7


Play these voicings on a clean channel and let them ring!
coleman  
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holy weird tritone sub batman!
paulovrv  
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An example.

here the score:

http://www.yumpu.com/pt/document/view/3914386/pra-dizer-adeus-ok-edu-lobo

Here the song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wz-e9FHs2E

After the intro, look at this

Am6 > G#dim13b > Cm7/G > F#dim > Dm6/F > E7b9 > Amadd9:


e ...x............................................(0)
B ...5......5......1......1......0......6......0
G ...5......4......3......2......2......7......5
D ...4......3......1......1......0......6......5
A ...x.....................................7......0
E ...5......4......3......2......1......0......x


A cromatic or joint degree Weg. This chords are only appoggiatura.

So

G#dim13b
Abdim13b

e..X
B..5
G..4
D..3
A..X
E..4


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