• Jazz Improvisation: The “Avoid Note” And Scale Options That Keep Them Away

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    You don’t have to think about the avoid note while improvising over the 2-5-1- chord progression using the scale options we’re covering in this lesson.

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    What Does The Melodic Minor Scale Have In Common With The Major And Minor Scale?

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    Find out the secret relationship between the melodic minor scale and two other traditional scales.

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    Why The Descending Of The Melodic Minor Scale Differs From Its Ascending

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    Find out the reason why the ascending and descending forms of the melodic minor scale are different.

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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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    The Relationship Between The Harmonic And Melodic Minor Scales

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    The similarities and differences of the harmonic and melodic minor scales are explored in this lesson.

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    Who Else Wants To Learn About The Lydian Dominant Scale?

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    This lesson would give you a basic introduction to the lydian dominant scale.

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    A Lesson On The Importance Of Traditional Scales

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    Explore the importance of traditional scales in this lesson, and its relationship with melody, harmony, and key.

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