[Harp-L] ii-V-I, But Lacking Resolution

John Kally jkally3@xxxxx
Thu Sep 7 13:18:13 EDT 2017

FWIW, a couple of books by Dick Hyman are worth checking out if you want to see some of the differences between printed arrangements and the chords presented . He included the common changes and then his substitutions in red. I’ll bet that some of the “great American songbook” tunes can be found there.  Years ago my guitar teacher, Wrecking Crew session player Al Casey, would pull these out just to show the way different chords over the same melody can change the way things sound. Also, he felt that  lead sheets sometimes contained mistakes and would keep a pencil handy.  One of the Hayman  titles is Professional Chord Changes and Substitutions for 100 Tunes Every Musician Should Know, but I know there are at least two volumes. 

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