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Essential Jazz Harmony 12 key Piano practice PDF + podcast tutorial

The “Original”  Classic Chord progression featured in this PDF is one of the most important to learn and understand as it is so ubiquitous in Jazz.

Learning and internalising this essential to know sequence on the Piano in 12 keys will profoundly deepen your understanding of harmony, taking your musicianship/improvisation to a much higher level, whilst training your ear!

Included in this digital Download are the following:

  • PDF booklet of the Classic progression + 3 other variations that feature essential to know substitutions in all 12 keys with chord symbols and full Piano voicings 
  • 15 minute detailed Mp3 Podcast Analysis Tutorial of the theory that includes an ear training test at the end
  • Reference Pdf to printout for use with the Podcast

Note. If you wish to purchase this with a credit card please proceed to the JazzDuets parallel site here: https://gum.co/eBoXL


The assimilation of the  harmonic information in this package is guaranteed to help move your playing, aural awareness and general musicianship to higher levels.

Harmony featured :

  • Diminished and IV minor functions
  • Augmented Dominant chords
  • Tritone Substitution chords
  • Secondary  Dominants
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    06/10/2020
    HL
    Helen L.
    Malaysia Malaysia

    A Great bargain

    I got this for my husband, (he's a woodwind player!) He finds it really useful and has added it to his daily workout!

    04/16/2020
    A Jazzduetshop Customer
    JM
    Johny M.
    United States United States

    I loved it.

    The explanations was great and I like the little quiz at the end. For next time maybe add more applications to other songs. But overall great content.

    04/12/2020
    PG
    Panagiotis G.
    Greece Greece

    Extremely good job

    Thanks Nick for the ispiration

    01/29/2020
    DG
    Derek G.
    United States United States

    Excellent material and teaching

    So happy I bought this! Very easy to comprehend. I highly recommend watching all his videos, and working your way through the very useful and groundbreaking material on his website!

    12/24/2019
    NA
    nordine a.
    France France

    good stuff thx

    I use it to improve my guitar knowledges ( Hi from Paris )

    12/14/2019
    CC
    Chris C.
    Canada Canada

    Essential Jazz Harmony Piano Practice.

    This is very good stuff. Well worth the small investment. Keep up the great work Nick.

    12/12/2019
    A Jazzduetshop Customer
    MG
    Michael G.
    United States United States

    Jazz harmony review

    A very useful tool for the Non-pianist that facilitates a well-rounded understanding & feeling of how Jazz music moves through the harmonic progression changes

    12/11/2019
    CZ
    Chris Z.
    United States United States

    I love Jazz Duets !

    It’s very clear, and presented nicely.

    12/10/2019
    ML
    Mark L.
    United States United States

    Essential Jazz Harmony

    Unfortunately, I can’t critique this practice material, at this time; because I’m working on other material by this wonder musician. I hope to dig into it shortly. I can’t wait !

    12/06/2019
    II
    Iosu I.
    Spain Spain

    Todo perfecto

    Buen material y accesible.

    12/04/2019
    GR
    Georg R.
    Germany Germany

    Essential Jazz Harmony in 12 Keys

    Hi Nick, thanks a lot for all your great work! It shows me in a beautiful way (I love your videos) how the Music works!! Gratitudes from Germany Georg

    12/04/2019
    CG
    Claude G.
    France France

    Extra.

    J’ai de me mettre hâte de travailler de nouveau ces exercices. Merci Nick.

    12/04/2019
    RV
    RICHARD V.
    United States United States

    Essential Jazz Harmony 12 key Piano practice PDF + podcast tutorial

    This podcast tutorial encouraged me to spend some practice time at the piano, and to enjoy some really cool cord progressions as I played them (slowly). I am not a piano player, but I found these cord progression exercises to be very satisfying to experience as I played them.

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