Chordscales of Minor ii-V-i Progressions


The derivation of chordscales for minor ii-V-i progressions is less straightforward than with major ii-V-Is. Each minor key has three scales whereas each major key has just one. In this lesson, watch as the chordscales for minor ii-V-i progressions are derived from their component 13th chords and then see how the resulting chordscales are used by Miles Davis in his improvised solo over the tune "It Could Happen to You" from his 1956 release, "Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet."
Lesson Stats
Date added: 1/19/11
Duration: 19:24
Practice Sessions
Practice Session 1 - Play the Lesson Introduction Transcription
Practice Session 2 - Chordscales for Minor ii-V-i Progressions in 12 Keys
Practice Session 3 - Chordscales for the Chord Changes to "It Could Happen to You"
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Further Listening
Listen to Miles Davis solo over the changes to "It Could Happen to You" from his 1956 release "Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet."
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