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Learn rootless voicings (major & minor A & B forms) to the changes of the standard tune, "Joy Spring." Watch the full lesson at http://bit.ly/2PWU4K1.

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Learn to smoothly voice lead root-based seventh chords to the changes of "Joy Spring." Watch the full lesson at http://bit.ly/2PWolsB.
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Learn to read a lead sheet and play root position seventh chords to the changes to the standard tune "Joy Spring."

This lesson is a full-featured FREE lesson!

Try it out by watching the full lesson at http://bit.ly/2PWU1hj.

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New Lesson: Rootless Voicings to "Come Rain or Come Shine"
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New Lesson Just Released: From Leadsheet to Arrangement: My Romance.

Watch the full lesson here: http://bit.ly/2OzjFIx
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New Lesson: Play Seventh Chords to "Blame it on My Youth"
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New LEssonVoice Lead Seventh Chords to "Blame it on My Youth"
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New Lesson Just Released: Improvising Over the Blues - Cedar Walton.

Cedar Walton’s concise two-chorus solo over Kenny Dorham’s blues head, “Blue Spring,” from his 1959 album of the same name is a model of melodic economy. From the opening blues scale lick, to the minimal left hand comping, not a single note is wasted on flourish or unnecessary gesture. In this lesson, learn how he crafts his surgically precise lines from blues scale and chord sound material and then download the practice session PDF file to play the transcription and transpose seven of his licks into 12 keys to use them in your own solos.

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New Lesson: Improv Drill - Major ii-V-I Progression. http://bit.ly/1MuKGDD
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