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Weekly Workout: Drop Two Chord Arpeggios

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Drop two chord voicings are popular with guitarists of all styles, owing to their ease of fingering, reasonable three-to-four-fret span, and pleasing sound. The term “drop two” comes from big band jazz and orchestral arrangers who, when creating parts for four horns or stringed instruments, would number them one to four (typically the highest to lowest notes in a chord voicing). This is comparable to SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) parts in a four-part vocal choir.
Drop two chord voicings are popular with guitarists of all styles, owing to their ease of fingering, reasonable three-to-four-fret span, and pleasing sound. The term “drop two” comes from big band jazz and orchestral arrangers who, when creating parts for four horns or stringed instruments, would number them one to four (typically the highest to lowest notes in a chord voicing). This is comparable to SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) parts in a four-part vocal choir.