Harmonic Mechanisms for Guitar Vol. 2

George Van Eps

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The most in-depth, revolutionary presentation of the harmonic framework of music as applied to the guitar fingerboard ever presented. Leads to total mastery of harmonic and technical aspects of the guitar.
Foreword
General Remarks
Chemistry
String Chart / Explanation of the String Set Symbols
The Broken and Divided Sets
String Set Chart
A Word About Reductions
Reductions - Major
6 to 1 Down
6 to 1 Up
1 to 6 Down
1 to 6 Up
Reductions - Harmonic Minor
6 to 1 Down
6 to 1 Up
1 to 6 Down
1 to 6 Up
Reductions - Melodic Minor
6 to 1 Down
6 to 1 Up
1 to 6 Down
1 to 6 Up
Reductions - Double 6 to 1 Down (G Major)
Double 6 to 1 Down (G Melodic Minor)
1 to 8 Up - 8 to 1 Down
3 to 10 - 10 to 3, 10 to 3 - 3 to 10 Reductions (Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor)
10 to 3 - 3 to 10 Reductions (Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor)
10 to 3 to 10 Reductions (G Melodic Minor)
3 to 10 to 3 Reductions
10 to 3 - 3 to 10 Reductions:
C Major, C Minor, G Major, G Minor)

Two-Part Contrary Motion
6 to 8 to 10 to 12 (Major, Harmonic Minor, G Minor)
Divided Voicings (Major, Harmonic Minor)
Melodic Minor 10 to 1 - 1 to 10 (Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor)
8 to 5 to 2 to 5 to 8 Reductions
10ths with Inner Line Motion (Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor)

A Word About the Chromatic Concept
Explanation of the Chromatic Concept
Chromatic Concept (C Major, C Harmonic Minor, C Melodic Minor)
Open Voiced Triads
6ths with Upper Line Motion
10 to 1 Up - 1 to 10 Down
6 to 1 - 1 to 6
8 to 1 - 1 to 8
10 to 3 Down - 3 to 10 Up
10 to 3 Up - 3 to 10 Down
10 to 1 Down - 1 to 10 Up
10 to 1
Contrary Motion
Tenths with Inner Line Motion
Divided Voicings
Chromatic Concept Recapitulation