How a simple Cmaj7 chord is linked to so many more functions than being a tonic function.
Learn to use your known standard major7 licks in new ways.
Apply the licks on new functions, use a maj7 chord as an upper structure, a superimposed tritone dominant and see new context.
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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION CONTENT:
20+ pages of exercises and licks
– upper chord structure scale patterns
– Ii-V-I licks using Major 7 chords as altered dominant
+ all lesson examples transposed to Alto key
In this tutorial
00:00 CMAJ7 LIKE A PRO
00:37 Tenor Madness – motifs
01:59 Cmaj7 as an upper structure
01:17 Fmaj7 on Dm7
02:51 Maj7 chord as Altered dominant
03:30 How to get there – music theory
05:35 Bmaj7 going to Cmaj7
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