Jazz Piano School Ep 28 : Why You Need Diatonic Harmony

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    Bullet Points

  • 1. Chords are built from scales.
  • 2. 7 different diatonic chords per scale.
  • 3. Chords change depending on the scale. Start with your major scale and diatonic chords.
  • 4. Practice your diatonic chords in all keys, LH alone, RH alone, Hands together.
  • 5. 2 beats per chord, move up and down the chords.

Why You Need Diatonic Harmony

Jazz Piano Schools Diatonic-Harmony
Jazz Piano School Ep 28 : Why You Need Diatonic Harmony

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