Play­inG cells in three oc­taves

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e xam­ple 13

L L LL LEx­actly the same prin­ci­ples are used here as in

the pre­vi­ous ex­am­ple, only, this time, each (4-0) cell com­prises the notes of a root po­si­tion Am add9 arpeg­gio (A-B-C-E). e xam­ple 14 This and the fol­low­ing ex­am­ple both fol­low a strict (0-4) con­fig­u­ra­tion (in other words, ac­tiv­ity on the first, third and fourth strings

L L L L LL L L LL L Lonly). Each cell com­prises the notes of a sec­ond in­ver­sion Am7 arpeg­gio (with the 5th as the low­est note – E-G-A-C). ex­am­ple 15 We fin­ish with the same type of move­ment as Ex­am­ple 14, only, here each (0- 4) cell com­prises the notes of a root po­si­tion G add9 arpeg­gio (G ma­jor tetra­chord – G-A-B-D).

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