Lesson 7: Chordal Improvisation: Minor 7 Chord
In our last lesson, we revisited the importance of chord tone placement while improvising. However, most of the work we have done so far has dealt with arpeggio forms that correspond to the individual chord types only. In other words, we have spent a good deal of time learning how to outline changes by using arpeggio forms built from the root of each chord in a progression. Although this is a great way to become familiar with navigating through changes, it still presents considerable limitations, and we want to have the choice of phrasing 'outside the box' in order to become well rounded and versatile.
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