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Jazz EPIC CHORD VOICING LESSON | Tritone Sub Voicings In All Keys

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( keyboard frolics) -[ Julian Bradley] How’s it exiting, guys? Julian Bradley now for the Jazz Tutorial YouTube channel. I hope you’re doing well. And in today’s video, I’m going to do a follow-up to my recent tritone substitution reading. And when I affixed that tritone substitution lesson I got quite a few observes soliciting more talk about chord voices. Because as I said in the lesson, at the least half of the power with tritone substitute is squandering nice chord articulations. So in this video, I’m just gonna share with you a set of voicings which I often use when I represent tritone substitution...

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( forte-piano music) -[ Julian] How’s it extending guys? Julian Bradley here from TheMusicalEar.com. In today’s video I’m gonna share with you my chord advance of the week. I’m gonna start by playing the original v9ersion, and then I’m going to share a couple of other variances, which you can do on the same chord advance. So here is the original form.( piano music) So the chords start on C-minor-Seven, and I’m expending an interesting voicing. It’s called an open sound, whatever it is you hop-skip every other observe. So “youre playing” C, you skip the Third, play G, bounced the root, play-act E-Flat, bounce G, and play B-Flat. This is a nice open voice. It sounds very clean when you play it...

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JAZZ SCALES EXPLAINED IN 10 MINUTES (the end to your confusion)

-[ Julian] How’s it running guys? Julian Bradley here from the Jazz Tutorial YouTube channel. I hope you’re doing well. And in today’s video I’m going to answer a common inquiry which I get, which is, “Which scale should I play with each chord form, “and how can you tell which scale to play “with each chord type? ” Now, often, you’ll get a jazz piano volume, and you’ll “re going to the” back of the book, and it will roster a load of magnitudes, and it will say, “When you see this type of chord, play this scale, ” but it won’t actually explain how this works. So personally, I never look at the back of the book to appreciate which scales they indicate. Personally, I like to figure it out from scratch, and I do it merely using a simple principle which I’m about to show you...

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