“Secrets of Chord Substitutions Revealed” eBook (2005), by Richard Rose
Chord subs are how you make a progression sound hip, cool, dissonant, melodic, different, or humorous. Useful for jazz players, composers and arrangers. Tired of writing or playing II-V-I or I-IV-V? I’ll show you 104 ways to do it differently. They are used in most styles of music, especially jazz, fusion, blues, pop, and show tunes. Great for teachers or players of any instrument, including guitar, bass, keys, piano, reeds, horns, winds, strings, vibes, as well as composers and arrangers. Table of Contents Chord Substitutions 7 General Rules for Chord Progressions Cadences Harmony 43 General Rules for Chord Substitutions The Rules Above in Chart Notation Flow Chart of 64 Chord Sub Progressions in the Key of C Table of the 64 Basic Chord Sub Progressions from the Chart Above Notes, Spelling and Pronunciations of 74 Chords Music By The Numbers Circle of Fourths, Fifths, and Thirds This eBook is not specific to the guitar. No reading of music or tab is necessary.
24 pages, by Richard Rose. For all intermediate to advanced musicians, no reading of music or tablature is necessary.