Applying Upper Structures To Blue In Green
Blue in Green by Miles Davis contains a lot of upper extensions and alterations in the melody which makes it a perfect tune for applying upper structure triads.
We work through the whole form and apply upper structure triads to all of the dominant chords in the progression.
Before watching this lesson you should have watched the introduction lesson on upper structure triads so that you understand the construction and application on these voicings.
You may also find it helpful to watch the Part 1 of Blue in Green where we look at the basic harmony of the tune and touch upon upper structure application.
“Blue in Green” Modal Scale Choices File Type: pdf