Chordscales of Major ii-V-I Progressions


In this lesson, watch as the chordscales for major ii-V-I progressions are derived their component 13th chords and then see how they are used by Miles Davis in his improvised solo over the tune "It's Only A Paper Moon" from his 1951 Prestige release, "Dig."
Lesson Stats
Date added: 9/26/10
Duration: 17:30
Practice Sessions
Practice Session 1 - Play the Lesson Introduction Transcription
Practice Session 2 - Chordscales for Major ii-V-I Progressions in 12 Keys
Practice Session 3 - Chordscales for the Chord Changes to "It's Only A Paper Moon"
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