This week’s free lesson takes a look at how to move back and forth between a ∆7 chord and it’s parallel º7 chord. This type of movement can be found in tunes like Upper Manhattan Medical Group (Strayhorn) and can also be superimposed over a stagnant, motionless section that sits on a ∆7 chord for an extended period. For example, this four bar piece could be used during the first four bars of I’ll Remember April.
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