Understanding what a secondary dominant is and being able to recognize or find them for chords is a powerful tool you can use in your playing and compositions. This video will show you how to use them, understand them and improvise over them
And actually, it is pretty simple if you know your basic scales.
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00:22 What is a Secondary Dominant
01:52 Not Just Theory
03:25 Finding Them In A Song
05:39 Scale Choices and Extensions- The Two main types
06:36 Examples in the song
07:15 The V of V in major – A special rule
08:05 Secondary Dominants in Comping – Moving Progressions
09:30 Secondary Dominants in Comping – Static Chords
10:22 Adding Them To Solo As Embellishments
11:23 Why You Want To Think in Functional Harmony
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