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Improvisation with Chords & Inversions 1
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Learn how to improvise and create chord progressions. Several common progressions are discussed. Great lesson on creating a modern piano sound.
Other Chapters in this Piano Lesson:
- Why use chord tones for improv?
- Diatonic triads and seventh chords
- Common chord progressions
- Creating your own chord progression
- Using chords outside the diatonic scale
- Inverting Chords
- The flat VII chord
- Flat II III VI chords
- Harmonic motion (chord rhythm)
- Diminished passing chords
- Dominant motion
- Slash passing chords
- Breaking up the chords: arpeggios+
- Adding the 9th
- Suspended chords and grace notes
- Creating a chord improvisation