How to play minor on dominant chords – 3 great minor sounds
Link to video: https://youtu.be/ExPAcooKQeI
Adding vocabulary to your playing is very important.
The more ways you are able to get around in the changes of a tune, the more flexible you are in your playing, the more options you have the easier it is to make the best choice in your music.
You want to be able to move freely around, you want to react to what the piano player throws at you when playing, you want to move outside the key and surprise your fellow musicians and the audience with a sudden hip move.
Getting more options in how to play and improvise on dominant chords is a massive add on to your flexibility.
In this tutorial
Look into the II-V music theory
Explore how we can add a II to the V
Interchange the V with the IIm7
Add three different II’s to the V
Build jazz lines using the II interchanged
Show, play and analyse three II-V-I lines using interchanging II functions.
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