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Minor to Minor: Understanding the Scales - Jazz Improvisation Lesson for Saxophone

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Published on Jun 22, 2016

This jazz improvisation lesson for saxophone is available at http://www.beginningsax.com/Jazz%20Im... and was created by long-time jazz saxophone instructor, Randy Hunter. There are so many different types of minor scales that it's easy to be confused regarding which ones to learn, how to construct them, and how to practice and use them. In this lesson, Minor to Minor: Understanding the Scales, we'll sort out the confusion and get you on track to understanding and practicing the most common types of minor scales used in jazz. Beginning with the Relative Minor, also known as pure minor, natural minor, and the Aeolian Mode, we'll cover the harmonic minor, melodic minor, Dorian Mode, minor pentatonic, Locrian Mode, and half-diminished minor scales.

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