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The foundation of all improvisation, we start with the blues. We cover how to play a 12 bar blues, the A minor pentatonic scales and some easy licks to get you started.
We study major triads in root, first, second and octave inversions and take a look at the classic I-IV-V chord jazz progression.
II-V-I progression in seven major keys with an accompaniment example of jazz standard Satin Doll.
What are Guide tones of II-V-I, examples of guide lines in different chord progressions and some examples of rhythmic guide lines.
Four-chord arpeggios, chord progressions and playing solos with four-chord arpeggios.
Different jazz licks with analysis of scales and chord degrees. Wrapping it all up.
In Day 2 we cover rhythm patterns, melodic patterns, and how to choose notes the right notes to play over both.
Duration: 1h 30m
Minor triads in root, first, second and octave inversions, with a look at Im-IVm-V7 in different keys and different positions.
II-V-I progression in seven minor keys with an accompaniment example of Alone Together.
Major and minor arpeggios, Dm7, G7 and Cmaj7 chords showed with triads, plus Dm7-G7-Cmaj7 improvisation example using triads.
Duration: 1h 35m
All chord degrees of diatonic key in C and F. All that was explained above in theory and one solo example