Romero Lubambo demonstrates some sick chord voicings on the Jobim classic, “The Girl From Ipanema”.
F# Major 7th.
F# minor with the 9.
G minor with the 9 here because that’s the melody.
B flat minor 7th.
It’s E flat 7th.
That’s nice because this you can use in a lot of different songs. This type of 2-5, you know. This is A minor.
A minor 7th. I like this chord a lot, this is a D, A, D#, and G#.
This is basically a D chord, D with the flat 9 and the sharp 11 here.
You can do like this also. See? The D7 flat 9, sharp 11.
Then the same, same thing with the G minor.
I, a lot of times do:
This is a very beautiful type of 2-5-2-5-1. You know?
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