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Learning intervals - the fear it will change how I hear music

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Dominant 7th chord on the 4th degree of the minor scale?

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Recognizing intervals without interval songs?

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How do I add a solo section (chord progression) to Real Book lead sheet?

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What to Play Over a Dominant 7#11?

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How should I approach 'Blues in all keys' by Jamey Aebersold on the piano?

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How do I find people to jam with in my city?

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What is Chris Potter playing here?

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Modal confusion

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Analyzing Hisaishi Joe's "Path of the wind" 1

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Is a pure minor scale the same as natural minor? Do they mean the same thing?

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What are the best criteria for naming a key?

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Do all periodic sound waves have harmonics?

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Jazz Theory: ii-V7-I Progression

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Ranking dominant chord alterations by dissonance

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Analyzing Hisaishi Joe's "Village in May" & its chord progression

4 votes

Why are chord inversions rarely/never mentioned in beginning jazz (solo) piano?

8 votes

Do all modes make another mode when mirrored (i.e., intervals reversed)?

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Exercises to integrate syncopation into improvisation

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What is the name of this drums "disco" rhythm/technique?

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How do I harmonize a C major scale in fourths and then apply negative/mirror harmony?

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What implications do the formal rules of inversions have for suspended chords?

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Why do jamming musicians "trade fours" (rather than any other number)?

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Why is a 2-5-1 progression so often associated with jazz?

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The less I practice, the better I am...?

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What can one do to understand time signatures?

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Modes of the "major scale" or modes of the "diatonic scale"?

4 votes

Improvisation and flow

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Mental strategies to stay in time when improvising?

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Why does the chord progression (i-)#IV-i sound acceptable?