Lesson 6: Melodic Minor Arpeggio Forms and Alternative Chord Forms
In this lesson, we will be learning some more components that will be useful to you in your use of the melodic minor scale and its harmonization.
As you may recall from Level 1, arpeggios are merely broken versions of chords in which their chord tones are played individually, as opposed to simultaneously. They share the the same harmonic function and basic sound as their chordal counterparts; however, their use is of particular importance to us in improvisation, since most of what we will play as soloists will involve playing phrases made up of a series of single notes.
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