Jazz Piano School Ep. 63 – Ear Training for Progressions

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Hearing and figuring out progressions isn’t just about using your ear…although that’s a big part. 🙂

Use these tips to put the puzzle together to figure out changes within progression that will be valuable in many different types of situations.

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Brenden Lowe

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3 Responses

  1. Good job. I haven’t seen your previous podcasts, but at this point the student should understand chord-scales and available upper structures and avoid notes.

  2. Wow. Brenden. This stuff is gold. You are so right that it is next to impossible to find good, comprehensive info on standard jazz progressions and typical re-harmonization that experienced players use. I play bass and I’m trying to get my jazz chops up. This is immensely helpful information.

  3. Many thanks Brenden for a super lesson. This contains much valuable information for players struggling to achieve a pro. sound. Keep up the good work.

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