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Altered dominant scales, part 3

Altered dominant scales, part 3: Jazz Piano: 4 Tunes & Practice Routines
Altered dominant scales, part 3: Jazz Piano: 4 Tunes & Practice Routines

Concluding the breakdown of altered dominant scales you learn how to use the right hand to play over altered dominant chords. George shows you how to finger these on the piano and explains how altered harmony is a much more expressive device and compares and contrasts the altered scales with regular scales.

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