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A Different Shade of Blue

Composer J. Jagelka    (click to list other tunes)
Copyright Copyright ©2001, J.J.
Submitted by J. Jagelka
Posted 7/11/01; 1:50:57 PM
Msg# 2010 (top msg in thread)
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As a follow up to the Giant Steps thread here is a tune written a few years ago in which I use the same harmonic concept (3 major chords and their dominants separated by major thirds).  Including a short intro and coda the form is quite simple:  one cycle in G, modulate to B and then Eb.  Each cycle takes four bars  so coupled with a blues/ballard line we get a 12 bar Different Shade of Blue.   Joe

ps. Corrected 7/12/1

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