Voicings For The Key Of C Major
In this lesson we explore voicing options for the diatonic chords of C Major. We cover all chord types: major, minor, dominant and -7b5 and a variety of voicing options are suggested for you to learn and internalise.
Voicings In Key Of C Major
This lesson is designed to show you potential voicing options that you can apply to jazz standards and common chord progressions.
We start with the major chords in the key of C Major (the I and IV chords) and explore major 7th voicings, 9th voicings, 69 voicings, rootless variations, and finally some interesting major 13 voicings.
We then explore common minor voicings for the ii, iii, and vi chords including the So What Voicing, the Herbie Hancock Voicing, and the Kenny Barron Voicing.
Dominant Alterations & Upper Structures
The V chord in every major key is a dominant 7th chord and we explore the different alterations and tensions that can be added. After working through the single alterations we apply the 4 common Upper Structure Triads.
Major Voicing Options File Type: pdf
Minor Voicings Options File Type: pdf
Dominant & -7b5 Voicings Options File Type: pdf