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Triad Pairs Part 2- Dominant Flat 9 and Diminished Chord Triad Pairs
Learn the hows and whys of triad pairs in conjunction with Dominant Flat 9 and Diminished Chords. Because of their nature, these types of chords require triad pairs assembled somewhat differently than most chords.
In this video you'll learn to produce the popular Dah-Un articulation used by the great jazz, rock, and blues players. From Sonny Stitt to Red Prysock, this articulation is at the heart and soul of the style of many great players!
In this lesson, you'll learn the basics of triad pairs and how to begin practicing them. You'll learn three patterns for starters so that you can get a feel for playing the combinations through the keys.
Learn about advanced soloing concepts that apply directly to your solos on Fly Me to the Moon. I cover the use of bebop concepts such as approach tones, enclosures, flat 9's, the altered dominant scale, and double-time in this extended conclusion tho the Soloing on Tunes: Fly Me to the Moon lesson.
Working Enclosures & Flat 9's Together on ii-V-I's
Learn how to combine elements of your bebop vocabulary into the language of bop. In this lesson we'll combine licks and concepts from two of my Jazz Sax Quick Licks & Tips YouTube series into musical sentences on ii-V-I progressions.
Learn about phrasing concepts as we work at creating solos on Fly Me to the Moon. Building on the previous Theory and Vocabulary portions of the lesson, we'll turn our focus toward developing a musical storyline over one, two, or even more choruses.
Learn how anticipations are created and used to connect the changes in Fly Me to the Moon. This portion of the lesson has exercises that show you how to lead the harmony rather than just play along. You'll also learn how to think ahead in the changes as you play.
2. Fly Me to the Moon -Foundation for Melodic Soloing
We'll lay the foundation for a melodic solo through target and connecting tone exercises. Beginning with scale and arpeggio practice, we advance to an exercise designed to help you think of and through two chords at a time.