If you are looking to have more material to use in becoming improvisationally more varied and freer on “I Got Rhythm” changes and all II-V-I and cycle based jazz progressions, look no further than this second session with Randy Johnston.
This class teaches a multitude of variations of the I-VI-II-V progressions and back cycle variations using tritone substitutions and secondary dominants to create more harmonically colorful lines on “Rhythm Changes” which can also be applied to other II-V-I based jazz tunes. Specific examples are demonstrated visually and also notated in written form.
Sub-topic 1: I-VI-II-V variations with specific examples
Sub-topic 2: Tritone substitutions applied to these progressions in various ways with specific examples
Sub-topic 3: Extended back cycle ideas for more harmonic variation
- Modern Jazz Guitar
- Rhythm Changes
Duration: 33 Minutes