I´m curious to know what the rotation was and do you think it was an effective way to learn?Brad Little wrote: ↑Tue Jun 21, 2011 1:23 pmIn the 70s, one of my teachers gave me a rotation that used every pattern daily and by the end of a week had played every scale at least once. I may still have this pattern table hanging on the wall in my practice area somewhere. He also had a pattern that got me through all of the Giuliani RH studies in a weekly schedule.
You may find these helpful too:cjacoby78 wrote: ↑Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:21 amI just found this post a I started to notice the same patterns coming again and again. C major (ionion) = D Dorian = A minor (aeolian) = G myxolydian etc. So I am eager to discover David's documents. Is it wise to consider these as being equivalent (pattern wise) - one of my collegues who is a decent player keeps telling me, I should learn the 7 modes of the major scale, each with its own pattern ... ?