The 7-1-5 Voicing – PIANO TUTORIAL02:40

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The 7-1-5 Voicing – PIANO TUTORIAL

by | Jul 14, 2018 | KEYBOARD, PIANO

The 7-1-5 Voicing – PIANO TUTORIAL

The 7-1-5 “Voicing” is not a voicing at all, but refers to playing the 7th, 1st and 5th degrees of a scale, which – when played together or arpeggiated – go well with many chords constructed on the same scale. For example, just playing a 7-1-5 with different bass notes will yield completely different voicings for known chords.

In this video, the teacher outlines the idea and shows you how it works in context by playing some harmonic progressions for you to actually hear what it sounds like.

MY OPINION

A great harmony trick for every piano player 🙂

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