Lesson 12: ii-V-I's (Continued)
In today's lesson we will continue where we left off with improvising over major ii-V-I's. As we learned earlier, ii-V-I progressions share a common key center, and by viewing the entire progression as a single harmonic idea, we can economize our thinking when we improvise. Let's review our approach so far. In the case of a major ii-V-I, we can use a single idea based off the major scale from the root of the I chord. For example, over a ii-V-I in F major, we can improvise using notes from an F Ionian scale. See example 1.
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