Jazz & Blues Piano Part 10
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Lesson Resources:
This course focuses on bringing the standard 12-bar blues form into a more advanced and diverse chord structure by demonstrating some specific places where alternate chord changes are commonly used. Altered extensions can also be used on particular chords in order to create motion from one chord to the next.
From the course: Jazz & Blues Piano 2
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Key: F (blues)
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