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does anyone know the chords to the jazz ballad "Blue in Green"?
i did find crude transcrptions but i cannot make it out.
here is a link to one of them
if you do understand this (like that first chord Bbmaj #11 ? maybe) could you please write them out on here. it would be greatly appreciated. or if you have your version i'd love to see that as well. thanks
It looks pretty straight forward to me.
BbMaj7#11| A7#9| Dm9 Db7| Cm7 F7b9|
BbMaj7| A7b13 |Dm6(9)|
E7#9 |Am9 |Dm9|
BbMaj7#11| A7#9 |Dm6(9)|
1. Why not buy a jazz fake book/Real Book. This supports the people that write the songs and ensures that you have a reasonably good lead sheet. (Not perfect according to some).
2. If you are just having problems with for instance "Bbmaj#11" those chords can be simplified down. That's not a weird chord it's just a Bb Major 7 chord with some extra notes. You can figure out the other notes later (try using your major scale to figure them out). A7#9? Bah, it's just an A dominant 7 you can worry about the embellishment later.
i have a problem on how to lay them out on the fretboard. i belive i am voicing them wrong like i'm not sure what notes i could omit and which ones should be most prominet. if some could write just a few of the chords in tab so i could clearly see them that would great.
are the notes in the BbMaj7#11
Bb D F A C F
just want to make sure i'm building these right
Last edited by esowalt; 07-17-2003 at 09:46 PM.
Originally Posted by esowalt
neg, imo they are Bb D A #E (omit F) I't Maj7 with flatted 5th(E#).(like I think it of it).F the perfect 5th would clash with E#.