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Jazz Advanced, Lydian Sharp 9.
'Kay, so I forgot to tell you,
the chord I played on,
on the last mode was of course, A7.
We're gonna move on to a,
another step that is u, really useful in.
Of the D minor, D harmonic minor scale.
We will working on the first step,
we've been working on the 5th step.
And now it's time for the 6th step.
Which would be B flat major.
[MUSIC].
And the chord scale will be.
B flat.
[SOUND].
C sharp.
[SOUND].
D.
[SOUND].
E.
[SOUND].
F.
[SOUND].
G.
[SOUND].
A.
[SOUND].
B flat.
[MUSIC]
Prac, practice this one all over the neck.
[MUSIC].
And I would like to call
this scale Lydian Sharp 9.
It starts with this into,
in this interval.
[NOISE] So instead of the natural 9,
you have the sharp 9.
I mean, I mean a Lydian note.
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The E.
And this one is really useful if you
wanna flavor a major seventh chord or
if you get a chord like this.
If you get a A try, A triad over for
instance, the B, B flat.
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This is typical for the piano player, She
Korea is using this mode quite quite much.
All these modes from harmonic minor.
On the last mode we played in 5ths.
Now we're gonna play in 6ths.
And let's start up,
instead of starting down here.
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We can start up here, for instance.
[SOUND].
D flat.
[SOUND].
D.
[SOUND].
A.
[SOUND].
C sharp.
G.
[SOUND].
B flat.
[SOUND].
F.
[SOUND].
A.
[SOUND].
E.
[SOUND].
G.
[SOUND].
D.
[SOUND].
F.
[SOUND].
C sharp.
[SOUND].
E.
And E Flat, C Sharp,
and G and B Flat back.
[MUSIC].
Or this chord is a beautiful chord.
[MUSIC].
A open, B Flat.
[MUSIC].
>> Now I'm gonna improvise over this
backing track using 6th intervals and
also the scale, of course,
the scale itself.
Lydian Sharp 9.
[MUSIC].
Sub 6.
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Chromatics.
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