EAR TRAINING 007: Extended Chords (9, 11, 13)

April 14, 2019:
EAR TRAINING 007:
EAR TRAINING 007: Extended Chords (9, 11, 13)

 
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Lesson 007 of Ear Training Lesson seven of "Ear Training" focuses on the sound and structure of developing Extended chord types of, "9, 11 and 13."

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If you have no prior experience with basic music theory, basic rhythm, key signatures and how scales work on the guitar, it is strongly advised to first study the Creative Guitar - Introductory Guitar Program, as well as, the Intermediate Guitar Program.

If you are a guitarist that has no background in basic music theory, key signatures, treble-clef staff /note recognition, or foundational rhythmic duration, then it is advised that prior to working on this course, you study the "Introductory" and "Intermediate" guitar player programs prior to working on this course.

Those preliminary courses, (for beginners and Intermediate players), will lay the foundation for understanding how the nuts and bolts of ear training relate musically and how the principles relate to guitar (as well as other instruments).

The
preliminary courses will also help guitar players better comprehend rhythm duration and key signatures.
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(1). Part one, of lesson seven Ear Training introduces the sounds of "Major and Minor" 9 chords. These chords are created by adding a Major 2nd interval (9th) an octave above the tones of a Major or Minor 7 chord. The lesson contains exercises involving pitch matching of these 9th chord types.

(2). Part two, focuses on the 13th extension added on top of Major and Minor 7th chords. The drills in part two will add a Major 6th interval (13th) an octave above the tones of the Major and Minor 7th chord types.

(3). Part three studies the sound of Dominant chord quality with pitch matching exercises devoted to the Dominant 9 and 13. The Dominant 9 chords are constructed by adding a Major 2nd (9th) an octave above the tones of a Dominant 7th chord. The Dominant 13 is constructed by adding the Major 6th (13th) an octave above the tones of a Dominant 7th.

(4). Part four, works through the unique sound of the "Dominant 11 (sus2)," along with the "Minor 11."

NOTE: The 11th chord extension does not function on "Major" or "Dominant" chord types due to the clash that exists between the Major 3rd and the Perfect 4th (11) of this quality.

The, "Dominant 11 (sus2)" chord consists of a; Root, 9th, 11th and b7 chord structure. The "Minor 11" chord includes the tones of a "Minor 7" chord with the addition of a Perfect 4th (11th) up an octave.

(5). Audio Track Training Exercises: Use the MP3 audio tracks (contained within the lesson download), to study the sound of each "Extended" chord. These chords on the table (provided on page 5 of your PDF handout), are performed upon both the guitar and on the digital piano. Sing and match pitch to each arpeggiated interval as they are performed on the audio tracks
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PART ONE: (Free on YouTube)
Developing Major and Minor 9 chords. Learn associated Major and Minor 9 chord ideas for being able to determine the sound of stacked  intervals that create these popular compound interval chord types.


PART TWO:  Developing Major and Minor 13 chords. Learn associated Major and Minor 13 ideas for determining the sound of stacked intervals to create these popular compound interval chords.




PART THREE:
Developing Dominant 9 and 13 chords. Learn the associated Dominant 9 and 13 ideas for learning how to start determining the sound of stacked intervals found within the Dominant 9 and 13 compound interval chords.


PART FOUR:  Developing Dominant 11 (sus2) and Minor 11 chords. Learn associated harmony and theory ideas for learning to determine the sound of stacked intervals found within these chord qualities.
 

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