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Everything You Need to Learn and Engrain The Bebop Scales
Part 4 - Lesson 2
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In this lesson we look at ways to get from the bebop scale to the three altered dominant sounds.
Now that we have covered moving through dominant chords in the cycle and moving to distantly related keys, we examine moving from the bebop scale to one of our three altered dominant sounds. This is important for intesifying the V-I relationship, creating more tension and release in our lines.
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Bebop Scales Part 4 - Lesson 2 PDF
Download this PDF before working through the Part 4 - Lesson 2 video. This PDF contains examples that get us from the bebop scale to one of our three alterted dominant sounds; diminished, whole tone, and altered.
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Bebop Scales Part 4 - Lesson 2
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This video is all about getting from the bebop scale into one of our three altered dominant scales.
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