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The 7 Levels of Jazz Harmony


Ya like jazz? You will! There are 7 levels of Jazz Harmony, and we'll explore each of them through reharmonizing the chorus of one of my favorite tunes from 2019 - Lizzo's Juice. Thanks to Jae Soto for singing! OUTRO TRACK (Dilla Beat + Intonalist Harmony) 🤍 Level 1 - "Bell Pepper" - II-V’s and other basic tonal movements Level 2 - "Poblano Pepper" - Sub V’s and other stuff Level 3 - "Jalepeño Pepper" - Crazy chromatic extensions Level 4 - "Piri Piri Pepper"- Constant Structures and Pedal Point Level 5 - "Habenero Pepper"- Free non-functional harmony Level 6 - "Ghost Pepper"- Liberated Dissonance Level 7 - "???" - Xenharmony These 7 levels aren't meant to be exhaustive in terms of the harmonic techniques of jazz musicians - there really are way too many to get into for a single YouTube video - but they can be useful as a general guide to the FEELING of different kinds of harmonic ideas. As an added bonus, they're roughly in chronological order in terms of when each level occurred on the timeline of jazz history, although no single musician was ever working so formally. Jae Soto (singer) 🤍 (⌐■_■) ⦿WHAT'S THE BACKGROUND MUSIC?! (my band!)⦿ 🤍 ⦿ Adam Neely T-shirts! ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ SUPPORT ME ON PATREON ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ FOLLOW ME ON THE INTERNETS ⦿ 🤍 🤍 ⦿ Check out some more of my music ⦿ 🤍 🤍 🤍 Peace, Adam

How I wish HARMONY was explained to me as a student


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Jazz Theory Explained in 20 Minutes


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Advanced Jazz Harmony Without the Indigestion (ft. June Lee's Pedal Point Etude)


How do you write a piece using rich, complex, chords that doesn't give you indigestion? And how do you use chromatic harmonies that don't fit into any particular key but somehow still sounds lush and delicious? Composer June Lee managed to do both of these in his little piano piece 'Pedal Point Etude' and in this video I look at and try to understand the various harmonic techniques he used in the piece. A huge thank you to June for his help preparing this video. June Lee's Channel: 🤍 Sequoia Sounds (who played the piano examples in this video) 🤍 ⦿ Support the Channel on Patreon⦿ 🤍 ⦿Listen to my new album 'The North Wind was a Woman'⦿ Spotify: 🤍 Other services: 🤍 ⦿ Follow me on Twitter⦿ 🤍 ⦿ Follow me on Instagram⦿ 🤍 ⦿David Bruce Composer Spotify Playlist⦿ 🤍 ⦿My 2nd YouTube Channel⦿ 🤍 #jazz #harmony

7 Levels Of Jazz Voicings | Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


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Jazz Harmony Lesson using the Berklee method | Misty Tutorial | Music Theory


Download the workbooks here: 🤍 The Ultimate Jazz Harmony Workbook uses the Berklee College of Music method of showing harmony with arrows and brackets. In this video we analyze the harmony in Misty a popular jazz standard. This is a Jazz Harmony Lesson using the Berklee's method | Misty Tutorial | Music Theory What are 2-5-1 and how we use them in jazz. How to represent 2-5-1 using the Berklee method. We analyze Misty and find all 2-5-1 present in the harmonic progression. 0:00 Intro 1:09 Misty's harmony with no CHORDS? 1:51 Secondary 2-5-1 (to the IV) 2:39 Berklee's arrows & brackets (2-5-1) 4:22 Fill in chords using harmony (targets) 6:18 Conclusions 7:00 Misty (piano demo) Next video here: 🤍 #Berklee #jazz #harmony CLICK TO JOIN: 🤍 WEBSITE ☞ 🤍 FACEBOOK ☞ 🤍 TWITTER ☞ 🤍 INSTAGRAM ☞ 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO MDECKS MUSIC ☞ 🤍 (LEARN WHEN NEW MUSIC APPS, BOOKS AND COURSES BECOME AVAILABLE AND DON'T MISS OUT ON OUR REGULAR SALES) For more music books and apps use the following link to the mDecks Music Website: 🤍 Here are other mDecks Music Apps and Books for musicians by musicians: Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro 7 🤍 Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is an app for iPad and iPad Pro available on the App Store. 🤍 An interactive PDF version of Tonal Harmony 🤍 For Mac OSX 🤍 Upper Structure Triads and Quartals 🤍 🤍 🤍 The Jazz Standards Progressions Book 🤍 The Universal Encyclopedia of Scales 🤍 Tessitura Pro (Scales app) 🤍 Target Notes over complete Jazz Standards 🤍

Create Chords From ANY Scale | Barry Harris Jazz Harmony Lesson #shorts


#shorts I was fortunate to be a guinea pig in Barry Harris' masterclass for 2 hours, and he once showed me how to create chords from ANY scale. We all know his 6th Diminished (aka. Bebop Scale), which you can harmonize as 4-way Close, Drop 2, Drop 3, etc. But he made-up a chromatic scale with a twist: every time you land on E go up to G and every time you land on B go up to D. This resulted in this beautiful explosion of jazz piano harmony. Watch as we harmonize this made up scale in the same drop 3 structure. To download the PDF for this lesson, visit: 🤍 I have more Barry Harris and jazz harmony videos and practice exercises in my lesson library for my private correspondence students. To come on board email me at bijan🤍bijantaghavi.com we could set up a free zoom meeting/lesson assessment and I can tell you about my unique personal video correspondence lessons. Read more about my personalized video lessons at: 🤍 Please SUBSCRIBE and feel free to share and spread the word. Sign up for the email list to stay up to date with the latest news and to be in the loop about upcoming events, live stream concerts, and workshops: 🤍 Facebook: Facebook.com/BijanTaghaviMusic Instagram: 🤍bijanisback

5 Levels of Harmony: From 3 Chords to 3000 Chords


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Jazz Piano Chords - The Most Beautiful Progression


► Download the workbook: 🤍 In this lesson we explore the beautiful 1436251 Progression in the key of Eb Major. If you are looking for a nice chord progression to introduce your jazz standards, this is the progression you have been waiting for. We start by building the diatonic 7th chords in the key of Eb to understand the base chords that we are working with. We then start to change the chord qualities to dominant 7 which allows us to access more interesting colours and textures. This progression is the perfect introduction for any tune that starts on the Imaj7 chord. A nice touch is to run up the upper structure triad on the final V7 chord which then leads smoothly and convincingly into the start of the tune. We demonstrate using this intro for the tunes "Misty" and "Over The Rainbow". #JazzPianoChords #JazzChordProgressions

Jazz Piano Harmony: Chord Substitutions - A Tutorial


The Power of Chord Substitutions Chord Substitutions are one of the most powerful concepts in harmony, be it pop, jazz or any other. Substitutions can take a very ordinary sounding chord progression and really make it into something with interesting harmony. With this video you will learn how to use chord substitutions in your own playing, whether your instrument is piano, guitar or any other! What is a Chord Substitutions? As its name implies, whenever you're changing one chord for another chord or for another set of chords you're performing a substitutions. The trick is of course knowing which chords to change and when, which is what this video is about. An Example Let's look at the following simple chord progression: | C / / / | G / / / | (One chord per bar; the forward slash is used to indicate the preceding chord should be repeated on that beat.) One common substitution, known as the 2-5 substitution, says you can precede any chord with a chord a perfect fourth below it (be it minor or major). The chord Dm (D minor) is a perfect fourth below G major, so we can write: | C / / / | Dm / G / | We've just substituted | Dm / G / | instead of | G / / / |. Common Chord Substitutions The video covers several common chord substitutions, including: (1.) Chromatic substitution: any chord can be preceded by a chord one semitone above it (e.g., G can be substituted by Ab, G). (2.) Diminished substitution: any dominant 7 chord can be replaced by a diminished 7 chord 4 semitones above it (e.g. Ab7 can be substituted by Cdim7). (3.) 2-5 substitution: just covered above in the Example section. (4.) Minor 4th substitution: The 5th degree of the scale can be switched with a minor 4th (e.g., G in the key of C can be substituted by Fm). There are many other variations available, more than I can cover in a single video. I urge you to experiment and explore using your favorite search engine. More About Chord Substitutions from Wikipedia: In music theory, chord substitution is the advanced technique of using a chord in the place of another, often related, chord in a chord progression. Jazz musicians often substitute chords in the original progression to create variety and add interest to a piece. The substitute chord must have some harmonic quality and degree of function in common with the original chord, and often only differs by one or two notes. Scott DeVeaux describes a "penchant in modern jazz for harmonic substitution." For more, visit: 🤍 Related Videos/Playlists: My channel has many additional piano tutorial videos which I welcome you to check out. The main channel page is: 🤍 Here's an interesting video about voicing the 2-5-1 progression: 🤍 How to modulate between keys using the 2-5-1 progression: 🤍 Learn to play Bach's Prelude in C major: 🤍 My playlist of inspiring piano harmony, chord and voicing tips and tricks: 🤍 (Inside you will find additional major chord voicing ideas for piano!)

Essential Jazz Harmony 12 key practice for non pianists


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Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED


23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Listen to the Get WIRED podcast ►► 🤍 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: 🤍 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED

Essential/Basic Harmony of/with Stevie Wonder


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Jazz Theory In 15 Minutes (Everything You Need To Know)


Learn how to improve your jazz playing in just 30 days while practicing less in the Learn Jazz Standards Inner Circle ➡️🤍 Alright, I'm gonna set the timer over for 15 minutes. I'm gonna teach you all of the music theory that you need to know to play jazz. 🕒CHAPTERS🕒 00:00 Intro 00:21 The first thing to figure out 01:23 Identifying the different chords 01:43 How to harmonize scales with 7th chords 02:08 How to build chords out of the major scale 03:36 The different formulas to build different chords 04:37 What are Relative Minor keys 06:32 The 3 Minor Scales 08:52 What is Modal harmony 💥Important Links and Resources💥 1️⃣ Get our FREE "Learn Jazz Standards the Smart Way" Guide and Masterclass: 🤍 2️⃣ Join our powerful jazz Inner Circle community: 🤍 🎧 Listen to the Learn Jazz Standards Podcast: 🤍 📘 Get our Amazon Best Selling book: 🤍

Music Theory Lecture: The Elements of Jazz Explained!


In this episode I will explain all the Jazz progressions you need to know and improvise over to be able any standard. I will good over the standard progressions and the most common relationships between them. This will also help you quickly memorize any Jazz tune quickly. Links To Follow: If you are interested in purchasing The Beato Book please email me at rickbeato1🤍gmail.com Skype Lessons are available on a limited basis. If you are interested please write me at rickbeato1🤍gmail.com If you would like to support my video creation, you can hit the SUPPORT button on the sidebar of my main page YouTube - 🤍 Artist Facebook -🤍 Personal Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Follow On Twitter - 🤍rickbeato 🤍nuryl.com 🤍rickbeato.com

The First Bit Of Jazz Theory You Should Learn


Get access to the full Jazz Basics course inside the PianoPig Academy: 🤍 Functional harmony, also known as diatonic harmony, is a way of thinking about the purpose of chords and harmony. It’s a method of assigning labels and numbers to chords. It’s an incredibly useful way of thinking about music and it’s really worth making sure you fully understand the concept as it will make the process of learning jazz so much easier. This lesson is from my brand new course, Jazz Basics. If you'd to get access to the full course, come and join us inside the PianoPig Academy at 🤍 * PianoPig is an online platform for piano lessons in HD, covering scales, chords, soloing and more. For beginner, intermediate and advanced players. SUBSCRIBE for more videos! 🤍 PIANOPIG MERCH: 🤍 Keep up to date with the latest videos & news: FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍

How To Play Advanced Jazz Piano Chords


Willing to learn and play advanced jazz piano chords? Don’t waste time on endless theory, but put all your jazz harmony knowledge into context and use these jazz piano techniques to create complex and beautiful sound. To be able to play advanced piano chords, make sure to master the foundations of jazz harmony - the 7th chords on piano. Then you can move on to 9th chords, 13th chords and so on. All these jazz chords explained in the context of piano chord progressions, including a 251 chord progression, jazz piano exercises and jazz piano voicing that are easy but extremely effective will let you take your playing to another level. If you would like to learn more about piano jazz harmony and how to play jazz chords, and specifically how to improvise on 4th chords, watch this video next: 🤍 To claim your FREE GIFT, the Holy Trinity of Jazz Chords Sheet, and learn how to play these chords on piano and have fun, just get in touch with us at the London Contemporary School of Piano: 🤍 To find out more about the LCSP 30-DAY JAZZ MUSICIAN online course, get in touch with us now: 🤍 Join THE COMPLETE MUSICIAN: Piano Essentials Online Course with Tom Donald which will transform your musical journey (live interactive sessions start on 7th June 2023): 🤍 If you enjoyed this jazz piano chords tutorial and would like to get more top tips on learning piano, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel right here: 🤍 🤍 #londoncontemporaryschoolofpiano #advancedjazzpianochords #jazzpianotutorial

Jacob Collier reharmonizing Hey Jude


Transcription of Jacob's reharmonization from the Wired video. Yes, I transcribed the speech while my editor froze for some time and the frames were stuck lol. The original video: 🤍 And yes, do let me know in the comments if you have any particular transcription requests. Note that I'd be a little less frequent with the uploads as my semester is going in full swing right now and I'd be fairly busy tho. I'd bounce back soon tho dw Disclaimer: The content in this video has been used for educational purposes in accordance with section 107 of US Copyright Law. #giantsteps #jazz

If you're serious about jazz harmony...


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Jazz Harmony 101 - 3 LEVELS


(014-21) Actually this lesson is one of first week lessons from my private guitar lesson at Berklee. So all my Berklee students can review this video! This tune is called Blue Bossa... 00:00 Introduction 01:30 Basic 4 notes chords 05:10 Root 3rd 7th voicings 09:09 Triads Study 13:25 Soloing idea 15:15 Triad Exercise (review!) ▼▼Join today "Tomo Fujita Guitar Wisdom" 🤍 Just added easy theory lessons! Join subscribers from 80 countries Don’t worry Don’t compare Don’t expect too fast Be kind to yourself 🤍 ▼Guitar Teacher Of The Year 2020 🤍 ▼MEL Magazine Article HOW TOMO FUJITA BECAME THE WORLD’S UNLIKELIEST GUITAR HERO 🤍 ▼Follow my Instagram 🤍 ▼Follow my Twitter 🤍 ▼Follow my FaceBook 🤍 ▼Mailing list for upcoming event 🤍 ▼▼Please check my FREE guitar advice! & NEW my Interview by Zack Gibs!! 🤍 ▼▼My new cd BLUE SKY is available now! feat. Josh Smith, Kirk Fletcher, Travis Carlton, James Gadson, Lemar Carter, Luke Miller 🤍 ▼▼FB live interview with Blues Radio International 🤍 ▼▼My new interview with The Guitar Channel and La Chaîne Guitare: English version: 🤍 French version: 🤍 ▼▼Fun Podcast interview with Rhett Shull 🤍 ▼▼Tomo on Your Audio Solutions interview Links here:🤍 ▼▼My interview with Josh Gardner at UK Guitar Magazine Please check my latest interview here….. the link: 🤍 ▼▼Pickup Music interview! 🤍 ▼▼Please check my Podcast interview 🤍 ▼You can email at tfujita🤍berklee.edu For my Skype Lessons. ▼▼Follow Tomo on social media! Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 FaceBook - 🤍 FaceBook - 🤍 🤍 (English) 🤍 (Japanese

Why You Want To Think in Functional Harmony


Functional Harmony is a great tool if you want to understand how chord progressions flow and use that information to help you improvise better solos and spell out the harmony. To me, Music theory is something that I can use to tell me how chords sound and how they move in the jazz standards and tonal songs that I play. This video discusses why this approach to understanding music is very useful for playing Jazz. If you have seen any of my videos or maybe also some my Instagram posts were on analyzing chord progressions and small melodic fragments then you've seen me reduce the progression for the melodies down to Simple functions so a row with several chords I will often reduce to one or two maybe three functions. It is a way to understand how the progression works. Solid video on basic functional harmony in 4-5 minutes 12tone basic functional harmony: 🤍 Check out the post on Patreon: 🤍 Content: 0:00 Intro - How I use Music Theory 0:38 Music Theory describes how music sounds and works 0:54 #1 Chords Grouped By Sound 1:15 Diatonic Major Chords and Their Function 2:04 Chords with the same function - Tonic and Subdominant 2:41 Minor Subdominant Chords - A shortlist 3:34 Exchanging Subdominant Chords 4:11 12tone and a good breakdown of Tonal Harmony 4:30 #2 It Helps You Think Ahead and Play More Logical Melodies 5:21 #3 Which Chords Are Important and Which To Ignore 5:54 Reducing a Turnaround 6:34 The II V trap (watch out ;) ) 7:35 #4 Easier To Solo 8:28 IV IVm I examples 9:40 Same Lick - Different IV IVm Chord Progressions 10:13 #5 More Options over each Chord 10:50 Embellishing and interchanging progressions 11:44 Line using embellished progression 11:57 #6 Hearing Functions instead of Chords 12:35 How Do You Think About Chords and Harmony? 12:54 Like the video? Check out my Patreon Page 🔴 Subscribe for more free Jazz Guitar Lessons and Videos: 🤍 ☑️ Support me on Patreon: 🤍 ✅DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: 🤍 ▶️ Check out my latest video: 🤍 🎸Join us in the Facebook Jazz Guitar Group Community: 🤍 If you like this video and want to help translate it into your own language you can do so here: 🤍 Edited by Luciano Poli Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 My Book: Modern Jazz Guitar Concepts: 🤍 My Gear: 🤍 Music Notation: 🤍 Clip-on Tuner: 🤍 Great Safe Gigbag: 🤍 SonoCore Strings: 13-53 🤍 Powered Monitor: 🤍 Headphones: 🤍 Audio Interface: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Lense 1: 🤍 Lense 2: 🤍 Video Lights: 🤍 Video Lights: 🤍

The Formula for Advanced Jazz, Gospel, & Neo Soul Chord Progressions


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Extreme jazz fusion reharmonization


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Modern Jazz Harmony - Chord Progressions and Analysis


In this video I am going to analyze and break down 3 modern jazz progressions that I wrote using Modern Jazz voicings and chord progressions.I have written out the jazz guitar chords with the examples and talk about how to play the voicings in the video Most of my videos are on tonal progression like standards, but most of the music I write is really quite different and much more unclear. This video is going to take 3 vamps that I wrote as some non functional vamps that I might use in one of my songs. I will try to analyze the progression and talk about how it's written and how I might improvise over it. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: 🤍 More analysis videos: 🤍 Check out more ideas on modern jazz: Modern Jazz Arpeggios: 🤍 The Modern Jazz Chord you never use: 🤍 If you like the video then please subscribe to stay up to date with new lessons. I publish a new lesson every Thursday! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Snapchat: jenslarsenjazz Instagram: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 My Gear: Sono Core Vintage 13-53 Strings: 🤍 QSC K10 Powered Monitor: 🤍 FocusRite Audio Interface: 🤍 Sennheiser HD215 Headphones: 🤍 Lumix G6 Camera: 🤍 GuitarPro 6: 🤍 Webhosting - Siteground: 🤍 John Daw Custom picks: 🤍

Extreme Jazz Harmony with only voice "My one and only love"


My arrangement of "My one and only love" with only voice Free PDF: 🤍 More like this "Leaving on a Jet Plane": 🤍 How I came upon arranging this piece. I started writing this piece as “homework” for one of the vocal classes when I was still in college.(I think it was just 4 part harmony at that time) Along with that I was studying big band writing at the time and thought, what will it sound like if I do big band-ish harmony with voice? Big band harmony is often written over 4octaves, unfortunately I don’t have that much range, so I had work within about 3octaves and a bit. Also being a male singer the lower interval limit(concept that defines the lowest pitch which intervals can be heard without sounding muddy) was such a drag forcing me to create harmony in higher positions. I encountered many issues such as pitch control, timing/rhythmic issues, harmonic issues, and so on, but probably the most challenging was tone character and volume control. -Tone/volume control- Every voice and wind/brass instrument has their own comfort range that’s 1. Too low to have control over tone character/volume, 2. Low but able to control tone/volume. 3. Middle, comfortable and has good control, blends very well. 4. High, but still able to control tone/volume 5. Very high. Low control in tone/vol. Usually loud and bright tone. (This will vary depending on the players skill.) Obviously, the more comfortable=more control in tone/vol=blends way better. ex) Sing/playing the lowest note in fortissimo/pianissimo ex) Sing/play the highest note in pianissimo. This is usually difficult. (Bari saxes, maybe not you) So in big band harmony, the writer will usually write so that the player/s will feel comfortable. But.....for me, I only have one voice. Approaching my lowest note(B2-Db2)my voice gradually gets darker and airier from brassy chest, due to the vocal folds ability of staying together. (I had to record right after I got up to sing the lowest notes) Approaching my high chest(around F4-G4) my voice gradually gets brighter and brassier and louder. Very difficult to sing soft and quiet in chesty tone. Easily produced in heady voice, but sounds really soft not much volume control. Approaching my highest(Eb5-G5), my tone goes to exclusively brassy and loud. Singing pianissimo in this range is almost impossible(for me) So I had to work around these certain tone/volume limitations my voice had, in-order to create a blended voice. This is just a demo of what I will be doing in the future, and I’m not totally satisfied with the outcome of the piece. But I did learn a whole lot of what works and the what nots. I’m still in the journey of exploration as all musicians/artists probably are. It would be such a pleasure if this piece was entertaining to you, inspired you, surprised you, touched you, anything that gave you a positive emotion. Finally, I personally want to give a great big Thank You to Mike Holober, my Teacher back in college. His concept and technique of creating harmony was clear and crisp, so inspiring, and just so damn beautiful. Thank you for listening. Tak Iwasaki Webpage: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

30+ Chords in C major? 🤔 - Boost your chord progressions and jazz harmony


How many chords are there in the key of C major? 🤔 If you are writing a chord progression or making reharmonization then you want to check out what options you have available in jazz harmony. This video is going through 60 chords and talk about how they are related to C major key and show jazz chord progressions that contain them. I am also referencing chord progressions of jazz standards very often. The chords that we find in a chord progression in almost any genre will more often than not contain chords that are not diatonic to the scale of the key. So the amount of chords in a key is bigger than the diatonic chords found in the scale, but how big? Turns out that is a very tricky question 😀 The Perfect Guitar Practice Routine: 🤍 Analyzing Stella By Starlight: 🤍 How You Really use an Am7 Arpeggio: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: 🤍 If you like the video then please subscribe to stay up to date with new lessons. I publish a new lesson every Thursday! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Snapchat: jenslarsenjazz Instagram: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 My Gear: Sono Core Vintage 13-53 Strings: 🤍 QSC K10 Powered Monitor: 🤍 FocusRite Audio Interface: 🤍 Sennheiser HD215 Headphones: 🤍 Lumix G6 Camera: 🤍 GuitarPro 6: 🤍 Webhosting - Siteground: 🤍 John Daw Custom picks: 🤍

The Jazz Piano Course: What is functional harmony, and why should you care? (Lesson 1)


Welcome to the first video in my full jazz piano course series! Course playlist: 🤍 I hope to create a full set of lessons (released approximately once a month) which will take you from a relatively beginning stage to a more advanced harmonic and melodic understanding of jazz piano. We're going to delve deep into theory over time, so come and join me for the ride! I know it's very tempting to skip over the first videos and get to the "good stuff", but please take a little bit of time to review them anyway and make sure you internalize the ideas of functional harmony, tension and so forth before moving on. Link to the Piano Quickie series (basic theory): 🤍 In this first lesson I'm going to introduce you to the concept of diatonic (or "functional") harmony. We'll talk about scale degrees and how to harmonize simple songs using only the tonic, subdominant and dominant degrees. Yes, we'll start slow, but it's important to build your understanding slowly. Even if what we do here seems "obvious" to some of you, please stick around, things will become complicated very quickly :).

Major Scale to Jazz


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Jazz Theory with Barry Harris, Part One


Sit down with the legendary Barry Harris for a piano and theory lesson that will expand your harmonic vocabulary and give you deeper insight into the music! Learn more at the Jazz Academy by visiting 🤍 Barry Harris - Piano Eli Yamin - Piano Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Aaron Chandler - Audio Engineer Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Recorded September 11, 2013

A Brief Introduction to Jazz Harmony for Classical Guitarists


In this video Community Manager Dave Belcher gives a brief introduction to jazz harmony for the classical guitarist. This is not a comprehensive look at jazz, but it will help you transition from classical harmony to jazz harmony.

Add Jazz Harmony To The Minor Blues


Tabs and backing tracks available on my Patreon: 🤍 Check out my Truefire course here: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 In this weeks lesson we'll talk about chord substitutions we can add to a basic minor blues to give it a jazzy flavor. I'll show you 8 lick examples you can use over these new chords. Thank you for supporting this channel! Be sure to like and subscribe! Tip Jar- Venmo: Jack-Ruch-1 PayPal: jackruchguitar🤍gmail.com - My Gear: Danocaster Guitar Budz Pickups Providence Cables Jim Dunlop Medium Picks D'addario Stings 10-46 TC Electronics Polytune Kingtone Duelist Overdrive Analogman King of Tone Overdrive Vahlbruch Spacetime Delay Pedaltrain Nano+ Pedalboard Truetone 1 Spot Pro CS6 Fender '61 Bassman Amp Headstrong Lil King S Amp Universal Audio Ox Box Universal Audio Arrow Camera Gear: Canon EOS R Sennheiser MKE600 Mountdog Softbox Lights

Math Rock Meets Modern Modal Jazz Harmony


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How To Create Inner Voice Movement - ADVANCED Jazz Harmony Lesson


In this lesson we will examine a slick movement over a "Ima7-VI7-iimi7" progression. This works great for tunes that start on the iimi7 chord, like "I Fall In Love Too Easily" or "Body and Soul". To DOWNLOAD THE LESSON PDF: 🤍 To watch the "SHORTS" version of this lesson, click here: 🤍 What is the DNA of this movement? 1) Ebma7 = V in the bass (Bb), VII-I triad motion (D-Eb) 2) CONNECTIVE TISSUE (m1,b4) 3) C7 = V7sus-V7b9 4) CONNECTIVE TISSUE (m2,b3+4) b b 5) Fmi7 = Resolving to a simple, pure Fmi7 chord with the 3 on top (LH: 1+ 7, RH: 3+5+ 3) b b &4 Experiment and come up with your own movements! This is a great way to: 1) Strengthen your harmonic knowledge 2) Fill in holes in uncomfortable keys by transposing your movements in comfortable keys to your unfamiliar keys 3) Apply them to tunes I have more jazz harmony videos and practice exercises in my lesson library for my private correspondence students. To come on board email me at bijan🤍bijantaghavi.com we could set up a free zoom meeting/lesson assessment and I can tell you about my unique personal video correspondence lessons. Read more about my personalized video lessons at: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00-1:28 Intro 1:29-1:54 Movement 1:55-5:35 What is the DNA of the Movement? 5:36-6:53 Level 1 ISOLATION Practice 6:54-7:37 Level 2 ISOLATION Practice 7:38-9:26 Level 3 FULL MOVEMENT Practice 9:27-10:10 Outro Please SUBSCRIBE and feel free to share and spread the word. Sign up for the email list to stay up to date with the latest news and to be in the loop about upcoming events, live stream concerts, and workshops: 🤍 Facebook: Facebook.com/BijanTaghaviMusic Instagram: 🤍bijanisback #jazzharmony #jazzpianolesson #counterpoint #jazzlessons #billevans #jazzpianolicks #jazzpiano

underlying harmony: how to simplify jazz standards


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5 levels of Jazz Chords - (Easy To Amazing)


✅ 5 Levels of II V I chords😎 Do You Know All Of Them?🙂 You can download the PDF here: 🤍 Get the PDF and GuitarPro files on Patreon: 🤍 🎸Check out my Online Course, The Jazz Guitar Roadmap: 🤍 🔴 Subscribe for more free Jazz Guitar Lessons and Videos: 🤍 ☑️ Support me on Patreon: 🤍 ✅DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: 🤍 ▶️ Check out my latest video: 🤍 🎸Check out my Online Course, The Jazz Guitar Roadmap: 🤍 My name is Jens Larsen, Danish Jazz Guitarist, and Educator. The videos on this channel will help you explore and enjoy Jazz. Some of it is how to play jazz guitar, but other videos are more on Music Theory like Jazz Chords or advice on how to practice and learn Jazz, on guitar or any other instrument. The videos are mostly jazz guitar lessons, but also music theory, analysis of songs and videos on jazz guitars. Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 My Book: Modern Jazz Guitar Concepts: 🤍 My Gear: 🤍 Music Notation: 🤍 Clip-on Tuner: 🤍 Great Safe Gigbag: 🤍 SonoCore Strings: 13-53 🤍 Powered Monitor: 🤍 Headphones: 🤍 Audio Interface: 🤍 Camera 1: 🤍 Camera 2: 🤍 Lens 1: 🤍 Lens 2: 🤍 Lens 3: 🤍 Video Lights: 🤍 Video Lights: 🤍

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