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Re: improvisation and performance

2007/6/22, Daryl Shawn <highhorse@mhorse.com>:
but are generally held to be too dissonant, thus
> they are to be avoided. One common example would be the 11th over a
> dominant chord.

Well, you can always play the 11th bellow and then put the dominat,
second inversion, above separated by more than an octave .... hold
that keys on ;-)

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