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Etude: Play in all keys

try to sing in one key.

Blues 9 For andy Ehling

B !7

Otto

j b b
&c
n

b
B !7 (diminished)
E !7
# n # n b b b b
n # n b b b n
G7
B !7
D
j
b b n
. b
J

F 7 (tri-tone sub)
C
B !7

# #
j n

n
j
#

.
#

b
n
B7

j # # # # n # # # n

n
B7
E7
n n n n n n #
# # # # # n n # # #
G #7
B7
D #
# n # # #
# J n # #
n

. n j # # #
#
F #7
C #
B7
j #
# # j n n n n
#

#
#
.

&

j
n

C7

C7
# # # # n b n b

j
n

D #

C7
J

# # #
#

G7

j # # # # # n
#
C #7
j # # # # n
#

C #7
n n n n # n # n
.

j
# # # #

# #
#

# b

F7
n

A7
E

b #

C7
.

j
# n n

n # # n

F #7
# #
# # n # n # n n
#
# # #
A #7
C #7
F
# J n # # # n # n # # #

j
n

G #7

# n n
n
n #

C #7
j #
. n #

&

j
n

D7

D7
n b n b n n

j
n

n

# # # # n b

D7
J

E !7
b b b b b b b b
.

j b
b

b n n n b b

E !7
J b

G7

B7
F #
#

A7
# n j b n n b

b
E !7

j b b
b

# n
#

D7
n
. b J n

n b b

A !7
b
b
n b

C7
G

b b n
b

B !7
#
n j n # # n b

E !7
. b J n n

&

E7
n j # # # n

E7
n n n n n n

j #
n #

F #
# #
#

# # # # # n
n

E7
# J

A7

n #

B7
n
j
n n
n

b
J

G
n

F7

n n n b b

J

C #7
G #
# n # #
# n

F7
b
n j

F7
b b b b b b
.

# # n #

E7
.

n # #
J

n b

B !7

D7
A

C7
b b b
j
b

b
b

F7
.

b n n
J

&

F #7
# # n
#

j
#

F #7
n n n n # n # n

n # # #
J

G #
# #
#

F #7
#
J

n #

D #7
A #
#
#

# #
# #

G7
n
j

n
J

A
n

B7
# #
#
#
# #

C #7
n n
j
n

n #
n

b G 7b b b n n
.

# # # # # # n

# # # n #

# n # n b b

G7

J

F #7
. n J # #

# n

C7

E7
B

D7
b n b
j
b

G7
. b J n n

&

A !7
b b
j

!
n A 7n n n b b b b

b b b
J

B !
b

A !7 b
b
J

A7
# n
j
#

# n
J

B #
n
#

# # # # # n b

A7
n #
J

D !7
b
b
b
b b

C b F7
n
b
b b

E !7 #
n # n b
j
n

A7
n b n b n n
.

b n n
n

n b b

A !7
. n n b
J

# # n #

D7
#

C # F #7#
#
#
# n

E7 n
n n
n

b
J

A7
.

n # n
J

Clearer analysis... how to "think" about the line


Blues Etude in G:

&

n j

The #11 as an Aproach to the 5th

# n

# n #

13 and 9 are used...

n
J

B
n
D7
b

E7
#
n

b G 7 b b

The diminished scale starting with


a half step... ( descend from sharp 9)

C7

G7

Notice the 13 and 9 here...

b b

A flat tritone sub


This works fine over major

G7

This line works fine over major

( B )

think of this as
starting on b half...

b j

G 7 the 13 and the 9 again...


b n n
.
J

Isolate the different lines a play them through the keys as well as
playing the entire etude through the keys... You can displace the rythms
as well.
Also, try to play it through all keys right away, this will help you
learn how to think about the line, and hear the line much better.