• Jazz Musicians: “What’s The Most Unpleasant Interval You Can Play In Jazz Theory?”

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    This lesson will open your eyes to the most unpleasant interval in jazz theory; with 4 examples of scale tone chords where you can find them.

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    Who Else Wants to Know What Chromatic Dissonant Intervals Are?

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    Chromatic Dissonant Intervals are dissonant intervals formed from the combination of a bass note and accidental tones on the key of the bass note. In this lesson, you’ll learn these intervals and their unique relationship.

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    The Relationship Between Diatonic Dissonant Intervals

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    Dissonance is the inharmonious outcome of the relationship between two notes heard melodically (one after the other) or harmonically (together). In this post, we’ll explore dissonance related to the diatonic major scale.

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