When playing jazz you encounter lots of standard progressions you would need to master.
The chain of dominants is one of the top most essential progressions.
Walking you through the progression, how to practice and how to apply this progression in your music.
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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION CONTENT:
30+ pages full exercises and licks
-dominant exercises moving round the circle of 5th and chromatic
-Dominant lick etudes round the circle of 5th and chromatic
-all exercises and licks are transposed to all 12 keys
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys.
In this tutorial
00:00 The Solo Exercise to Master Dominant Chords
00:34 Change the key fast
01:04 Melodic context
02:21 Make good connections between the chords
03:05 Always focus on the musical line
04:18 Tritone substituted dominant
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