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Five factors are chiefly responsible for the outcome of your improvisations:
- sense of pitch
Your intuition is responsible for the bulk of your originality; your emotion determines the mood; your intellect helps you to plan the technical problems and, with intuition, to develop the melodic form; your sense of pitch transforms “heard” or “imagined” pitches into letter names and fingerings; your playing habits enable your fingers to quickly find certain established pitch patterns.
Four of these elements of your thinking – intuition, emotion, sense of pitch, and habit – are largely subconscious.
Consequently, any control over your improvisation must originate in the intellect.
While the intellect is limited in its capacity for control over intuition and emotion, it can be responsible for the training of the ear and for establishing a variety of helpful finger patterns, in addition to its function of solving technical problems.
It would be difficult to place these five factors into proportionate values.
Some improvisors rely more heavily on certain factors; others will depend on other factors. A few gifted players are able to perform adequately by relying completely on the subconscious elements.
All but the rare genius, however, are eventually limited in their development. They need special study, due to the problems of deeply ingrained habits, the unaccustomed rigors of working up to every potential, and in some instances, an inability to admit or evaluate shortcomings.
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In order to build 7th chords, you must memorize the 7th and 3rd tones for each chord function.
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