• Exotic Pentatonic Scales: Hirajoshi And Pelog Scales [Advanced Players Only]

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    If you’re interested in incorporating an oriental sound to your improvisation, the Hirajoshi and Pelog scales are for you.

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    The Harmony Of The Dorian Scale: Triad, Seventh, And Extended Chords

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    This lesson on the harmony of the Dorian scale will break down triads, sixth, seventh, and extended chords that are associated with the Dorian scale.

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    Jazz Improvisation: Essential Scale Options For The Major 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    Take your improvisation to a whole new level by the application of these scale options for the major 2-5-1 chord progresssion.

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    Daily Warm Up Routine: Five Classes Of Scales Intermediate Jazz Players Should Practice

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    There are five classes of scales that is recommended for intermediate jazz players to practice daily and we’re covering them in this lesson.

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    A 5-Second Approach To The Formation Of The Major Scale Using Tetrachords

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    Discover the secret to the formation of the major scale using tetrachords.

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    Answered: “What Is A Tetrachord?”

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    At last, the question “what is a tetrachord” has been answered in this lesson.

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    Jazz Improvisation: Scale Options For Augmented Triads

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    Take your jazz improvisation to another level using these traditional and symmetrical scales.

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