Lesson 13: Lydian Melody in 5ths

Playing larger intervals can help to break up more linear ideas in a creative way that still sounds melodic and outlines the harmony clearly. This exercise in comprised of consecutive 5ths through Lydian, so it will work well over Major 7 (#11) or it’s relative minor (i.e. Cmajor7 #11 or Aminor7). The lesson starts in concert G major and descends by half step through the keys.

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Lesson 13 Lydian Melody in 5ths PDF

 

 

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