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vi IV I V Triads in A Major

 

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This recipe is a good way to practice the Natural Minor scale, as as a rhythm exercise to work on playing in 3/4...

I IV ii V Triads in E Major

 

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This practice recipe features an upbeat backing track that has a bit of a folky/country feel. It's a fun track to practice the E Major...

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I vi ii V in D Major

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Sometimes referred to as the '50's Progression', the I-vi-ii-V (One-Six-Two-Five) progression has been commonly used across all genres, and was real popular in doo-wop...

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ii V i in A Minor

 

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This is the minor equivalent of the insanely popular Major ii V I progression. The main chord of note here is the V chord - or...

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I VI ii V in C Major

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TheĀ I VI ii V progression is found in many jazz standards (including the A section of Rhythm Changes) - often as a turnaround at the end...

ii V I IV in G Major

 

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The heavily-used ii V I IV progression extends the ii V I progression by moving the the 4th Chord after the I. Since this progression is in...