The Jordan Chromatic System (JCS) is a numerical system for musical harmony created by Stanley Jordan. Building on the work of Milton Babbitt and others JCS extends and generalizes integer pitch class notation. It includes a large library of harmonic resources that can be applied to both tonal and atonal music, and a simple and elegant notation to facilitate efficient mental calculation, making it especially useful for Jazz improvisers.
This introductory course provides an overview of the main concepts of JCS, in a framework that shows how they all fit together.Students who have completed this course will be familiar with all the main concepts and terms of JCS and will know their way around its extensive harmonic library. In addition they will know how to use it to facilitate musical analysis, composition and improvisation.
There is no need to enroll in this course.
- 教师: JordanStanley
- 已选课学生: 6
Chord Type Explorer is an app that allows you to learn the chord types in the Jordan Chromatic System by listening and playing along. It also allows you to look up pertinent information about the chord type you are currently hearing.
There is no need to download anything because the app runs in your Web browser.
The app is accessed through this course.
- 已选课学生: 3
Prerequisite: Introduction to the Jordan Chromatic System
This course requires enrollment--must be at least a (T4) interactive member.
- 已选课学生: 5
This members-only course includes exclusive materials not available to the general public. This includes more musically interesting and varied exercises as well as downloadable tracks that you can use for creating your own music.This course requires enrollment--must be at least a (T4) interactive member.
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