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* Brenden Lowe

Step #6 – Hexatonic Dominant 9, #11 (bVII+, I)

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 6 – (improvisation) This particular hexatonic sound contains 2 extensions that work over the dominant 7th chord. The combination of the 9 and #11 create a colorful sound without sounding too far “out” because of the natural 9.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Pop/Rock Licks

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 1 – (technique) Pop and rock licks are can be flashy or simple and they live mostly within pentatonic improvisation language. You won’t find bebop lines in rock and pop solos.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Hexatonic Dominant 9, #11, (bVII+, I)

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 2 – (theory) This particular hexatonic sound contains 2 extensions that work over the dominant 7th chord. The combination of the 9 and #11 create a colorful sound without sounding too far “out” because of the natural 9.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Pop/Rock Style

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 3 – (theory) The pop/rock style is home on the piano. Many famous pop/rock pianists have emerged from writing simple 4 chord songs that are amazing. If you have spent time learning jazz theory than this step will be a walk in the park.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Pop/Rock “Hey Jude”

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 5 – (repertoire) What better way to practice the pop/rock genre than with a classic Beatles tune. This tune is perfect to help you feel the rock groove and practice the sub-divided 16th note feel when playing.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #8 – Trane Reharm 25

Stage 5 | Lesson: 47 | Step 8 – (repertoire) Trane changes can be reharmed even in a simple 2-5 which is exactly what you will be doing in this step. Sometime you’ll need or want to shorten the reharm to just two measures.

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Course Categories: stage 5

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #6 – Hexatonic Dominant 9, #11 (bVII+, I)

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 6 – (improvisation) This particular hexatonic sound contains 2 extensions that work over the dominant 7th chord. The combination of the 9 and #11 create a colorful sound without sounding too far “out” because of the natural 9.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Pop/Rock Licks

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 1 – (technique) Pop and rock licks are can be flashy or simple and they live mostly within pentatonic improvisation language. You won’t find bebop lines in rock and pop solos.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #2 – Hexatonic Dominant 9, #11, (bVII+, I)

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 2 – (theory) This particular hexatonic sound contains 2 extensions that work over the dominant 7th chord. The combination of the 9 and #11 create a colorful sound without sounding too far “out” because of the natural 9.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Pop/Rock Style

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 3 – (theory) The pop/rock style is home on the piano. Many famous pop/rock pianists have emerged from writing simple 4 chord songs that are amazing. If you have spent time learning jazz theory than this step will be a walk in the park.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Pop/Rock “Hey Jude”

Stage 5 | Lesson: 48 | Step 5 – (repertoire) What better way to practice the pop/rock genre than with a classic Beatles tune. This tune is perfect to help you feel the rock groove and practice the sub-divided 16th note feel when playing.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #8 – Trane Reharm 25

Stage 5 | Lesson: 47 | Step 8 – (repertoire) Trane changes can be reharmed even in a simple 2-5 which is exactly what you will be doing in this step. Sometime you’ll need or want to shorten the reharm to just two measures.

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