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Article from Making Music, November 1986


The Major 13th




Put your fingers where the numbers tell you. Ha ha ha ha. Ha ha. Painful, isn't it? We advise you to persevere though as the 13th, apart from being good exercise, is a delightfully pleasant, expansive sounding chord that will bring thoughts of Spring to mind whenever you play it during the dark months ahead. Mind you, it'll probably take until February to get it right. (The root note is on the bottom E.)


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