so since you learned all these arpeggios,
I'm gonna show you sort of how they work
in, in real time in real life.
Later on in the curriculum we will, go
into this a lot deeper.
But the progression in jazz, two five one,
which is probably one of the most.
Important and popular progressions in the
jazz idiom two.
If we're in the key of C, the two would be
the D, [SOUND] and the five would be
the G, [SOUND] fifth note in the scale and
then you go to the first note C.
So it has this sound.
the way these scales incorporate into that
is, and I'll go up here just so
we can hear the notes a little clear.
We're in the key of C so minor two.
So let's practice with the click and
see if we can put together just some of
the things we just learned.
And I'll show you how I would use this in
a solo situation,
playing over the two five one progression.
Two, one, two, three, four.
And that's basically the two, five,
one progression using the arpeggios that
So now you're learning the speed drills
I would like to see how you're
progressing, so it's your turn now.
To see if you can put it together.
Now what I'd like to see you do, is learn
how to play it slowly first.
But I wanna, I wanna check you out playing
the major scale and
then the major half scale, the major
the minor seventh arpeggio, the dominant
And then the major scale like we just
And I'd love to see you do it.
Again send them, to me slowly first.
So I can make sure you're getting all the
And for those of you that are confident
let's hear you speed it up a little bit.
But it's your turn now, to send me a
Don't hesitate to look at other students'
video responses and
see what they've sent in as well, before
you send yours in.
And I look forward to hearing from you.