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Jazz Piano Lessons: Pentatonics on a II-V-I

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[MUSIC]
Let's get these pentatonics
rolling on the actual changes to tune up.
E minor seven, E minor six,
F sharp minor seven.
D minor seven, D minor six, E minor seven,
C minor seven, C minor six, D minor seven.
Little passing chord in here of E
flat minor, you can go ahead and
use your C minor material on that.
It's actually E flat major, I'm sorry.
[MUSIC]
Hinge into this B flat with a little
approach pattern, and we're in business.
Let's play.
[MUSIC]
Play
a
little
bit
of
our
chords
here
in
our
left
hand.
[MUSIC]
And
there's
our
vibe
on
tune
up.
Again, I was trying to stick
mostly with the pentatonics.
We will eventually put all
this stuff together and
have a whole bunch of places to go.
Great little series of progressions
puts us in some new keys.
So I'll see you for the next lesson.
[MUSIC]