PlayTheGroove

Key Explanations:

Degree of Challenge (DofC):

Highest Melody Note : F5

Degree of Challenge

Highest Melody Note

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Tango Polski

Artist Name: Tom Bergeron
Genre: Latin
Style: Tango

Degree of Challenge (DofC):

Challenge Avg : 2.3

Melody : 2.5

Harmony : 2.0

Rhythm : 2.5

Key : Gmi

Highest Melody Note : F5

Tango Polski

Artist Name : Tom Bergeron

Genre : Latin

Style : Tango

Sample Parts and Guidelines

Degree of Challenge (DofC):

Challenge Avg : 2.3
 
Melody : 2.5
 

Harmony : 2.0

Rhythm : 2.5

Key : Gmi

Highest Melody Note : F5

“Tango Polskie” was inspired by the composer’s interaction with Polish musicians and culture — with echoes of Argentinian tango. The haunting minor-key melody is supported by a chord progression that touches on Im, IVm, Vm, V7, and II7. It demonstrates the difference between the modal Vm and the functional V7 — and can serve as an introduction to the Secondary Dominant concept (II7 = V/V). The simple structure makes for a very accessible tune, while providing lots of space for the drummer to set the vibe and the groove.

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