#1
could anyone give me examples of tunes that use quartal harmony? (i.e. where the primary interval used to build chords is the 4th... as opposed to the more normal 'tertian' harmony where chords are stacks of 3rds)

the only one I know is Frank Zappa's 'Zoot Allures', and I love the open sound of it, and would like to hear more in this vein...
#2
theres a part in texas is south by the devil wears prada. also goats on a boat. also tdwp.
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#4
Miles Davis' So What
The only chording instrument was the piano, but the chords for guitar would be:

e--7---5-----
B--8---6-----
G--7---5-----
D--7---5-----
A--7---5-----
E------------

The bass notes over the chords are E-D. The time is 4/4, and the chords are played on 3 and the & of 4, respectively. There's more to the song than that, but it's a tune worthy of study.
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