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Hexatonic scales are six note scales. This book presents a practical method for the construction of hexatonic scales that are useful for both the improviser and composer. Many modern piano players use hexatonic voicings by stacking the triads to create a particular harmony. We improvise ""in"" the sound of the voicing and using hexatonic voicings and lines can lend a very contemporary sound. As with the other books in this series, there is a play along CD to try out all of these different sounds.
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Nov 08 Hexatonic scales are six note scales. This book presents a practical method for the construction of hexatonic scales that are useful for both the improviser and composer. Many modern piano players use hexatonic voicings by stacking the triads to create a particular harmony.
Inside Improvisation, Vol 7 : Hexatonics (for All Instruments), Book & CD
One way to create a hexatonic scale is to combine the notes of two triads that don't have any common tones. Triads are incredibly strong sounding melodic devices. They are easy to think of and combining them is an accessible task for the soloist. Practicing hexatonics is great way to improve technique and it's also great for ear training.