Published on Dec 7, 2016
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Hey Jazz Guy basic lesson on ii-V-I progression and voiceleading. For more music, info, lessons, and video, check out

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The first part of the music writing journey is just a basic chord progression. Next lession we’ll be adding melody, but for now we’ll be looking at how harmony changes and what kind of musical effect that will have.

BTW the video ends at 8:30. I don’t know why it ended up with 7 minutes of nothing at the end.

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This video lesson will cover how musicians with little to no experience with music theory can begin study and practice of harmonizing the major scale into triads and begin understanding the process of harmonic analysis.

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