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In this short jazz piano lesson we’ll look at how to construct basic voicings over the I-vi-ii-V and I-VI-ii-V progression. This progression, along with the ii-V-I and tri-tone substitution that we’ve already learned, is essential to the jazz pianists’ repertoire.

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