let's talk about one of the most used
especially in jazz, the progression two
And again, if we go over.
If one is in the key, if we're in the key
There's the one, so we just count up
the scale one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, right?
So the two, five, one, progression.
Just get used to that progression because
you're gonna hear.
You know, so there are so
many cool ways to approach that from the
When we're walking, when we're walking,
we can do the the walking line in an
So we got.
So that's, that's walking up to the one.
And if we wanna start on the two and walk
down to the one it would be.
those are two different, motions that we
can have to arrive at the same point.
And when we're doing them in the song, in
what I like to do is mix them up a little
So I'd like to demonstrate just a little
walking pattern for the two, five,
Again, we're in the key of C.
We're going to start with the D, and then
the G, back to the C.
And for this particular progression, we're
going to do two, five, one.
Cycling through the cycle of fourths, so,
here we go, two five one.