2-5-1’s Part 4

The 2-5-1, possibly the most common harmonic device in all of jazz harmony. I this course we deconstruct and demystify the process of increasing your ability to improvise over it!

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2-5-1’s Part 3

The 2-5-1, possibly the most common harmonic device in all of jazz harmony. I this course we deconstruct and demystify the process of increasing your ability to improvise over it!

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2-5-1’s Part 1

The 2-5-1, possibly the most common harmonic device in all of jazz harmony. I this course we deconstruct and demystify the process of increasing your ability to improvise over it!

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Mike Brecker ii-v-i Exercise


Here’s an ideal way to give yourself more fluidity soloing over bass chords (which I suggest you put into a looper to give yourself a killer backing track to work with) with chord tones over a ii-v-i with this idea from Michael Brecker. I heard this on a bootleg of a clinic he was giving in the 80’s in Italy, and thought it would make for some great material to add to my practice routine. I hope you can incorporate it in yours, and using bass chords, and these chord tones, you should be able to increase fluidity in no time!

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