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Arpeggiated triads as a melodic device

Arpeggiated triads as a melodic device: Jazz Piano: 3 Basics of Improvisation
Arpeggiated triads as a melodic device: Jazz Piano: 3 Basics of Improvisation

Learn how to arpeggiate triads over the 2-5-1 chords. This allows you to cover a lot of the keyboard when playing your lines. Plus, by arpeggiating the notes, you can alternate which note lands on which beat, ultimately rotating your notes as you play the triad.

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