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Let’s have a look at Stravinsky’s “Petrushka” Chord. This works by employing polytonality with two major chords [Triads]. They are played a tritone apart. This creates a dissonance which it is infamous for. But, this can also be manipulated to create an etherial sound.
This example employs an F# 2nd inversion triad with a C Major 1st Inversion triad on top.
F# in the bass and C in the treble: Stravinsky Voicing.
Guitar Voicing Variation and more comfortable to to play:
To finish with we will join the two major triads together and create an arpeggiated run in order to fully hear this compositional device in action.
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