Should really be a proper discussion on this somewhere else, but it's a pig to break it out using my phone.voice leading?
Please explain at idiot level for guys like me.Example:
notes (one for bar)
a handy method yo avoid the common unpleasant practice of improvisers
- fast phrase starting with D
- fast phrase starting with G
- fast phrase starting with C
It seems that the new server does not prevent us from going off topic.
'I think I should understand that better,' Kev said very politely, 'if I had it written down: but I can't quite follow it as you say it.'Please explain at idiot level for guys like me.
Minor thirds are a continental bra size....(and I thought triads was a website to buy cheap designer clothes)
a horizontal view of chord movements.
It is like writing a line across a chord progression that touches chord notes.
Examples of effective voice leading on a ii-V-I. (Eg in C major, Dm7-G7-Cmaj7)
9-5-9 (E-D-D) or, for a bit more tension 9-13-5 (E-E-D) or even 9-b13-5 (E-Eb-D).
but why take the shortest distance all the time? why not take the scenic route?Surely it's all in the title. Voice Leading A note that is the shortest distance leading to the next chord or phrase. Which I believe Aldevis explained. I think it's one of those questions that it is so simple, you keep thinking. Where is the catch.