Quartal harmony deals with guitar chord shapes and chord voicings that are built in 4ths rather than 3rds. This type of harmony is used by pianists and guitarists alike and utilizes voicings that can be used in many settings. Quartal voicings, and their inversions, are displayed in the DVD's accompanying chart with very clear diagrams making it very easy to learn and understand this type of harmony. The 69-minute DVD not only presents teaching material, but also provides a play-along essence that will allow students to hear how to apply these great chord voicings.
In any music style, there are essentials – scales, licks, chords, etc. Jazz Guitar Chords teaches you the must-know chords that will get you swinging in no time. You won't get bogged down with tons of details. Rather, you'll be armed with many chord shapes that have been used throughout jazz guitar history. The included DVD demonstrates each chord and all the song examples are accompanied by a full band, so you can hear these chords in the proper context. Covers: seventh chords, 6 and 6/9 chords, extended chords, altered dominant chords, full song examples, and more. You don't need to learn how to read music to play jazz guitar. But you do need to know these chords!
Music performed by the Spanish songwritter Joaquin Sabina (Jaén, 1949), their eighth studio album, with which sold over a million copies. Included in it his track 'Y nos dieron las diez', the most successful song of his career, and has the support of Andres Calamaro in the last track. Although the musical composition is not the most important of Sabina (for it he has good co-managed) with this CD got a good commercial outcome, leading the repertoire with the 'ranchera' accompanied by a parallel in content, 'Peor para el sol', and combining them with pseudo romantic themes, 'A la orilla de la chimenea' or enumerative excess ('El pirata cojo' o 'Todos menos tú') in formats as ballad, blues or rock.