Example 1 non CHORD tones
In this and the following example, every note not shown in square brackets relates directly to the underlying chord (in other words, is a chord tone). Here, we witness a series of pedal movements whereby each half of each bar features the constant reiteration of a three- note motif comprising a side- step from a chord tone to a chromatic note a semitone lower, and then back to the original chord tone. Guitar parts 2 and 1 are a 3rd and 6th higher respectively than guitar part 3. If you visually scroll up and down through the three guitar parts, you’ll see that: 1) Each chord tone is mirrored by two other complementary chord tones in the other parts, with no doubling; 2) Each scale note is mirrored by two other complementary scale- notes in the other parts, again, with no doubling.