We might think of Wes Montgomery’s improvisation style as being concerned with “unit structure” or “constructionism”. Essentially, melodic pieces are linked together in phrases, creating a chain which builds in excitement and tells a kind of story.
The chord is also sometimes colloquially known, among pop and rock guitarists, as the Hendrix chord or Purple Haze chord, nicknamed for guitarist Jimi Hendrix, who showed a preference for the chord and did a great deal to popularize its use in mainstream rock music. When used by the Beatles it has also been called the Gretty chord although this can refer to a distinct 6 string version.
There are two main ways to spell the chord, depending on the musical style, kind of musical notation (score or chord symbols), and personal taste. One consists of a dominant seventh chord with an added minor third, placed one or more octaves over the major third; the other consists of a dominant seventh chord with an added augmented ninth. Only the second type of notation can be represented using the common chord symbol notation systems.
A portal to OERs from around athe world. OK, it has impressive coverage, but when I browsed and searched for english language undergrad engineering OERs related to Bridges and selected three from the first few hits I found a research paper (if I want research papers I look for OA research papers, they're generally too specific for teaching), one rather old photo of a bridge, and pretty good video. The two had no licence information that I could find, the other was (c) all rights reserved.