Tired of the usual exercise of transposing II-V-I that go down in tone or semitone? It seems to you that the mechanical transposition deprives you of any creative energy and you seem to be unable to get anything good out of theimprovisation about these progressions? Or do you have difficulty expressing yourself on minor keys? Either way, this video might be for you. We will see a simple exercise to expand the improvisational language in the II-V-I minors….
The piano language in minor key
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