Lesson Run Time: 41 minutes / Release Date: 08/07/2015
Have you ever wondered how advanced players are seemingly able to memorize so many tunes and transpose them so easily? Would you like to learn a trick that ALL advanced jazz players know that allows them to do this? This lesson completes the explanation of the concepts introduced in Part 1, starting with an explanation of how to build diatonic 7th chords. You will learn why harmonic analysis (also referred to as Roman numeral analysis) will change the way you think about songs and teach you how to use this information to approach memorization and transposition just like the pros!
Other Chapters in this Piano Lesson:
Using Roman Numerals (7th chords)
Roman Numeral Formula
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