Exam ple 13 Yng­wie - Mi­nor-di­min­ished con­nec­tion

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9 7 8 7 The fol­low­ing pair 10 of ex­am­ples7 shows us 10 how the Swedish8 neo-clas­si­cal

10 9 10 8 7 maestro Yng­wie Malm­steen and the leg­endary jazz gui­tarist Wes Mont­gomery ap­proach mi­nor har­mony by em­ploy­ing ex­actly the same

6 5 6 6 8 de­vice, al­beit 7 with markedly con­trast­ing sonic 7 re­sults. 8 11 Here we 9 see 10 how

9 10 Malm­steen uses Di­min­ished 7th arpeg­gios to ap­proach each A mi­nor tri­adic ar­peg­gio, im­ply­ing the tran­si­tion from E7b9 (EGBDF) to A mi­nor (A C E).

85745158F#) and 5A7b95 (AC#E7GBb) 4 to Dm6 (DFAB). 5 For ex­tra-added15 authenticity, try 6 5 6 5 7 strum­ming through each voic­ing with the fleshy pad of your thumb. 5 7

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