When you harmonize a bebop scale, you get a succession of X6 and X° chords with tight voicings, which can be thought of as tiny I and V chord progressions. I've read that musicians with polyphonic instruments use that harmonization to write lines for 4 blowers. How is it done?
UPDATE: I have the drop 2 chords on piano kind of down: I know the stuff for guitar so I'm coping on piano but I still don't see how you're supposed to use the 4 V-I generated by the bebop harmonization. In any given key, they give the same V-I four times with different voicings. In C, It's all C6's and G7b9's for example. I understand from good comments that there is something more to this than just the tight voicings. As one commentator wrote: how do I break this up and make it into a specific technique?