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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Reharm Series 1: Tritone Substitution

Stage 3 | Lesson: 25 | Step 1 – (Theory) The Tritone substitution will be the first reharm to kick off our reharm series. You may have head of this or learned it, but even if you have you’ll want to thoroughly review this step and make sure you’re up to speed on everything. There will be A LOT of more advanced reharms built off of this reharm and if you’re behind in anyway, you won’t be able to progress to the future reharms.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Bass Lines 4: Diatonic Movement

Stage 2 | Lesson: 24 | Step 5 – (Theory) Creating diatonic movement within your bass lines is how we’re going to connect our bass lines together. You can think of the diatonic movement as the glue that holds everything together.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Combining Bebop Approaches

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 1 – (Theory) The combination of bebop approach notes is where the real fun begins. The combination of the approaches is whats going to allow you to create an authentic bebop sound in your improvisation.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Bass Lines, Part 3

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 3 – (Theory) The 3rd step in adding on to our bass lines will be integrating a half step below approach to the chord tone we’re targeting.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #4 – LH Tenths Strategy

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 4 – (Theory) Don’t freak out when you hear the word tenths. There are a lot of ways to utilize this strategy even if you cannot reach them. Tenths allow for many opportunities in jazz piano even if you roll them or jump.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Chord Scale Above Bebop Approach

Stage 2 | Lesson: 22 | Step 1 – (Theory) The chord scale above bebop approach won’t seem like much at first, but when combined with the half step approach and others we’ll be learning, it’s going to make all the difference in your bebop sound.

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Course Categories: theory

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Reharm Series 1: Tritone Substitution

Stage 3 | Lesson: 25 | Step 1 – (Theory) The Tritone substitution will be the first reharm to kick off our reharm series. You may have head of this or learned it, but even if you have you’ll want to thoroughly review this step and make sure you’re up to speed on everything. There will be A LOT of more advanced reharms built off of this reharm and if you’re behind in anyway, you won’t be able to progress to the future reharms.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #5 – Bass Lines 4: Diatonic Movement

Stage 2 | Lesson: 24 | Step 5 – (Theory) Creating diatonic movement within your bass lines is how we’re going to connect our bass lines together. You can think of the diatonic movement as the glue that holds everything together.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Combining Bebop Approaches

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 1 – (Theory) The combination of bebop approach notes is where the real fun begins. The combination of the approaches is whats going to allow you to create an authentic bebop sound in your improvisation.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #3 – Bass Lines, Part 3

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 3 – (Theory) The 3rd step in adding on to our bass lines will be integrating a half step below approach to the chord tone we’re targeting.

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* Brenden Lowe

Step #4 – LH Tenths Strategy

Stage 2 | Lesson: 23 | Step 4 – (Theory) Don’t freak out when you hear the word tenths. There are a lot of ways to utilize this strategy even if you cannot reach them. Tenths allow for many opportunities in jazz piano even if you roll them or jump.

Enter Now »
* Brenden Lowe

Step #1 – Chord Scale Above Bebop Approach

Stage 2 | Lesson: 22 | Step 1 – (Theory) The chord scale above bebop approach won’t seem like much at first, but when combined with the half step approach and others we’ll be learning, it’s going to make all the difference in your bebop sound.

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