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Jazz Chord Exercise

Robert Ridgeway (1351) · [archive]
Style: Jazz · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1

Here is a good example of a jazz chord excerise which shows how chords can be substituted in a basic twelve bar blues progression. The chord fingers can be found in any basic chord dictionary or otherwise because of the limitations of these programs i'd show you them here. Here is the chord names that occur one each beat of the progression starting from measure one

I G7 - G9 - G7#9 - G9 I C7 - C7#5 - C13 - C7#5 I G7 - G13 - G7 - G13 I Dm7 - Dm9 - G9 - Dflat7 I C7 - C7#5 - C13 - C7#5 I C9 - C7#9 - Dflat7#9 - C7#9 I G13 - Aflat13 - A13 - Bflat13 I Bm7 - Bm7#5 - E7#9 - Bflat13 I A7 - A7#5 - A13 - A9 I D7 - D9 - D7#9 - Aflat13 I G9 - G7#9 - E7#9 Bflat13 I A13 - A7#5 - D7#9 - Aflat13 I.
G7
G9
G7#9
C7
C7#5
C13
G7
G13
G7
Dm7
Dm9
Dflat7
C9
C7#9
Dflat7#9
G13
A7
A7#5
A9
D7
D9
Jazz Chord Exercise