saludos nuevamente alberto:

estuve escuchando repetidas veces esta secuencia de la pelicula "caribe" donde destacan grande musicos del latin jazz, y donde quiero enfatizar en esta ocasion a michel camilo al piano.

en una parte de la secuencia, despues del solo del saxo de paquito de rivera, michel camilo hace un solo. la primera parteal margen de su excelente digitacion, la armonia de la mano izquierda es una armonia simple con sus respectivas tensiones en los acordes.

este patron de progresion de sus acordes es menos dificil de predecirla al oido, sin embargo en la segunda repeticion de su progresion ejecuta una especie de acordes cromaticos descendentes que suenan raro al oido pero a la vez suena muy bien.

el hecho es que quisiera saber que es lo que hizo en ese  sector de la armonia... en que forma aplico esa triada de acordes en la izquierda ( y no me refiero a la triada simple del acorde) creo que esa triada tiene la forma, por ejemplo: c - f# - b

ahora te pregunto esto porque en reiteradas ocasiones he escuchado a michel ejecutar esta frase en muchos de sus solos y como te repito suena muy interesante.

en resumen quisiera que analizes la parte que te menciono arriba, y me puedas dar un alcanze de la armonia que hace con la mano izquierda.. y en base a ello que hace michel camilo con la derecha.

se que talvez es mucho lo que pido... pero se que tu opinion me sera de mucha ayuda.

aqui te dejo el link  del tema para que lo escuches:



gracias de antemano.

marcos
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