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In 1958, Miles Davis was one of many jazz musicians growing dissatisfied with bebop , seeing its increasingly complex chord changes as hindering musical creativity. [9] Five years earlier, jazz pianist, composer and theorist George Russell published his Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization (1953), which offered an alternative to the practice of musical improvisation based on chords. [10] Abandoning the traditional major and minor key relationships of classical music , Russell developed a new formulation using musical scales , or a series of scales, for improvisations. [10] Russell's approach to improvisation came to be known as modal in jazz. [10] Davis viewed Russell's methods of composition as a means of getting away from the dense chord-laden compositions of his time, which Davis had labeled as "thick." [11]


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