The minor key has a lot of interesting options, and also quite a few that you don’t have in Major. This video goes over some of the beautiful progressions that you can create in minor when reharmonizing a basic II V I, and you can go pretty far.
This video will give you a lot of examples and concepts to add to your repertoire!
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00:47 The Tritone substitute That We All Know
02:07 Minor Ladybird Turnaround
02:50 Making it all II Vs like Wes
03:48 Making it all II Vs But Then A Little Weird
04:17 The Amazing Amount Of Diatonic Chords In Minor
05:27 The Most Beautiful Altered Dominant Is A Minor Chord
06:20 Pretending To Be Go To Another Degree0
06:59 The Neapolitan Subdominant
07:53 A Little Like Coltrane But In Minor
09:37 Another Great Sounding Substitution for the V
09:46 Why You Want To Think in Functional Harmony
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