Tritone Substitution wit Predominant Cycle (ii-V-I in all keys)


Uploaded on Jun 17, 2019

ii-V-I cycle in all keys using A forms (using B form for tritone substitute, including predominant as preparation chord) as defined by John Mehegan in his Jazz Improvisation series, Vol. 4 "Contemporary piano styles", (p. 49)

This cycle runs through all 12 keys following a descending chromatic approach, and is designed for practice and internalization of these patterns by Piano performers and students.

Jazz Piano JazzPiano John Mehegan Amy Pellegrini ii V I all keys cycle predominant

Pages 6
Duration 03:12
Measures 96
Key signature natural
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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