Part two includes five lessons and begins with triads in three string groups, each group voiced with the root, 3rd then the 5th in the soprano voice. Diatonic harmony is essential to chord melody and fingerstyle and it starts with triads.
Lesson two is a chord melody to the popular Beatles' tune, "Here, There & Everywhere." This arrangement specifically demonstrates diatonic harmony in action.
Lesson three works through triads with open voicings and 7th chords with open and closed voicings.
Lesson four examines voicings unique to jazz and useful for fingerstyle arranging. 15 different illustrations include quadrants (4 note chords) of stacked 4ths, triads of stacked 4ths and 5ths plus tight harmony 2nds with 3rds and 4ths.
Use what you've learned to harmonize the Beatles classic, Eleanor Rigby in quadrants of 4ths to give the tune a modern jazz sound.
A total of 185 minutes of M4V* video lessons includes explanations and examples with close up fretboard demonstrations rehearsed slowly by measure then by section. Includes printable PDF in tab, chord grids and notation plus MP3 practice tracks for the two Beatles' tunes with bass, drums and piano.