As for applying this to some sort of jazz language, you can imagine that each line or phrase is reaching for a target note – for example in the first phrase the target note is a D. If the target note is the I of a ii-V7-I then the line working up can be played as the ii-V7 or just the V7. It works but the line does sound a bit weird over the ii-V7 chords. Even better though, if you make the target note the V of the I then this line totally works. Ex. In the first phrase D is the target note. D is the V of a Gma7 chord. So the ii-V7-I here would be Ami-D7-Gma7. Check out the notes of the phrase now. They totally work in a diminished/tritone sub kind of way.
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