Author Topic: JA-205 • Jazz Blues With Voice Leading  (Read 8529 times)

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Re: JA-205 • Jazz Blues With Voice Leading
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2014, 09:37:40 am »
hey Justin! thanks for everything you do with your videos and your site!

I have a question for you about this lesson, i don't understand what is happening harmonically in the last section of your jazz blues #3.
I understand everything 'till the Bb9 in the second line, then I think there is something chromatic but I'm not sure and in the end some minor chords appear and I absolutely don't understand what's going on with those.. :) :)

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Re: JA-205 • Jazz Blues With Voice Leading
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2014, 03:42:13 pm »
bars 7/8 are moving chromatically down to the VI chord - using Tritone Substitution (look it up!).

full harmonic analysis later when I revamp that lesson!
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