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Common Jazz Chord Progressions In today’s video, we’re going to look at 5 specific piano exercises for speed that you can get working on right away. By the end of these tutorials you should have a solid understanding of Jazz, and (with enough practice) be able to competently improvise and 'comp over any Jazz song. /F10 10 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 612 792] Long II-V-I pattern We play the previous exercise over the V chord and precede it by a simple cell figure (1 2 3 4 /Length 13 0 R /AIS false /CreationDate (D:20160619055950) /CA 1.0 [/Pattern /DeviceRGB] Below is an example of a II-V-I in the key of C using rootless chord voicings. Standards. /Pattern << >> P��Y�����ý�?#��!j?OI�����{�R �\PM�6�i?ikp��7ȧ�o�� �Hj����\S{!�}}���d��7���=�L_@�R��ҧ��Ѣ��� 6 0 obj 3 o n W i n d o w s 7 /CSp /DeviceRGB /Type /ExtGState /Resources 14 0 R II-V-I Jazz Piano Chords. Since you’ll hear the ii V I chord progression in so many great jazz tunes it’s vitally important that you learn how to play it quickly. Now, if you’ve made it this far. /Filter /FlateDecode 15 0 obj /Title (��) In a major ii-V-I chord progression, the I chord is a major 7th chord. Play a II-V-I in every key going around the Circle of Fifths So for example, start with a II-V-I in D (Em7, A7, DMaj7) then a II-V-I in G (Am7, D7, GMaj7) then a II-V-I in C (Dm7, G7, CMaj7) and so on Play II-V-I’s with different chord voicings Play II-V-I’s with left hand … The goal of this lesson is twofold: 1. 4. endobj You would expect a ii – V – i in C minor scale to be built from the notes of C minor scale (C natural minor scale): Building a ii chord within this scale gives you D minor 7 … /SM 0.02 /Font << Or you can simply use them as a springboard to create your own licks. endobj /ca 1.0 Great to hear! Practicing a piece with pedaling every time can lead you to get lazy with hitting all of the notes, as the pedal can glaze things over. I created a channel of piano tutorials in March of 2015. >> Major II V I VI Chord Progression 5. This exercise is a classic bebop lick that fits over either a V chord or the whole of a short II-V, rounded off by a resolving figure using chromatic enclosure of the root of the I chord. Warm-up exercises in ii-V-I that will make you WORK, but still sound pleasant to the ear. In the key of C Major it is: | Dm7 – G7 | CMaj7 || /CSp /DeviceRGB 14 0 obj 6 X�:��MF�U�Y�jv5#�n�.0=5�b~�?�?��? 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