List of content:
0:00 Intro — a myriad of Jazz Scales
0:20 Practice efficiently
0:50 Finding the scales by looking at the progressions
0:59 The Major II V I Cadence: Dm7 G7 Cmaj7
1:15 The II V I and the other diatonic chords
1:44 The Major scale it’s all you need from So What to Giant Steps.
1:57 The Minor II V I Cadence: Bø E7(b9) Am6
2:09 Adding Harmonic minor and Melodic minor
2:34 Secondary dominants and cadences
2:51 Secondary cadence to IV in C major
3:07 Secondary cadence to III in C major
3:27 IV minor variations
4:26 Diminished Chords the two types
4:40 Dominant diminished chord
5:04 Subdominant diminished chord
5:44 What is covered so far
6:06 The tritone substitute: Dm7 Db7 Cmaj7
6:23 The Backdoor dominant: Fmaj7 Bb7 Cmaj7
6:48 Double diminished or German Augmented 6th: Fmaj7 Ab7 Cmaj7
7:23 Cadences with other dominant choices: Altered and Harmonic minor
8:11 The three scales and where we need them — cutting away what we don’t need.
8:55 Getting this into your practice routine!
9:12 Scale practice suggestions and knowing the scales
9:40 Example of what works and what doesn’t work when improvising over an Fmaj7 in C major
10:59 The Bonus from practicing like this!
11:20 Learning the rest of the scales
11:58 Do you work with this system or do you have a better one?
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