theoesamoeebstoerinoeg-poeairncoeell example 6 This exampleEexm5ploys used in Ex1, only this time we have an ascending melodic sequence in which each eBx&lÓe7 oc‰tave ploee Hoeeroee, oEctave is treated differently. isEbtrxoeea5nteoed diffoeereoentlbyoein tooeo.
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Japanese pentatonic scale (which exists within A Aeolian): A-B-C-E-F. note that, because it is a five-note scale and we’re playing three-notesper-string, one of the notes is doubled in each octave (the E note appears in each string). This particular example is played using a combin1a5tio1n6 of17 picking-hand and fretting-hand tapping.