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Additional Chord Tone

Lastly, we can add additional chord tones while making sure that the tension resolution
remains intact. (Ex. 6M)
B b-7

E b7


bbb 4

&
4 J

Ex. 6M

F-7

b
D ma7

bbbb

j

G7

Cma7

n
B b7

bbbb

C-7

bbbb

A bma7

F-7

A-7( b5)

A bma7

n n
n

n
E bma7

n . n J
n

D7

Gma7

j
# n # n n

n # n
.
n

bbbb n n b
n # n n #

A-7

D7

F #-7

Gma7

bbbb n n n # . j n n # . n # n
#
J #
#
B7

b b b b J
J
F-7

D bma7

Ema7

B b-7

E b7

A bma7

J J

n b
D b-

b b b b j .
B b-7

E b7

C7


J
n
A bma7

j . j
j j

n.
C-7

B`7

j #
b b b b J n . j b

n
J

.
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C7

F-

Solo (Stella By Moonlight) with Tensions


Here is an example of a solo on a well-known standard that uses tensions to generate tension
resolution. Every chord change uses one tension. Play through the solo and determine what
tensions were used in each measure as well as where the points of resolution occur. (Ex. 6N)
Ex. 6N

E-7( b5)

b
& 44 b b b

A7

B b7

C-7

Eb

b b

b b

Bb

A7

F-7

.

j

F

E-7( b5)

F7

A b7

b
b

B b-7

b j
j b b
J J

J
D-

A-7( b5)

b
G-7

C7

A b7

. b b.
J
E-7( b5)

b b
J
b.
%

b # .
D7

b b
b .
G7

E b7

C-7

Bb

j
b
.
D-7( b5)

j
b
b
%

# b # # b #
#
C-7( b5)

b b .

A7

Bb

G7

b b b
J

F7

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