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Ebard155

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I notice that ii V7 I progressions appear alllllllllllll over the place in jazz music (and in places in all sorts of genres). I was wondering if Ted had written out any pages on interesting and exciting ways of voicing this progression. I've got a handful of ways of playing it myself and I am able to find new ways, but I'm curious about how Ted would go about helping me on this. Can anyone help?

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Eric

JeffStocksMusic

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Eric,

Ted's 'Modern Chord Progressions' books has literally 1,000's of these types of progressions w/ different voicings, soprano notes, voice-leading, chord qualities, etc.  If you don't have it, it is well worth the few bucks. 

There are a gaggle for free under the Lesson section, specifcally 'Harmony'.  Check out the series on Harmonic Vocabulary.  You could also pull them out of his tune arrangements.  I have borrowed many ideas just working slowly through this tunes.

That should get your started!

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