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12-bar jazz blues example
A twelve-bar jazz blues in G major for solo piano (melody and walking bass), and a twelve-bar blues in E flat major (walking bass and right-hand comping patterns).
Bebop licks: ii-V7-i (2-5-1): minor key
Some bebop licks for ii-V7-i cadences/chord progressions in the minor key, where the ii is a half-diminished (or minor 7 flat 5) chord.
ii-V7-I in: D minor (184bpm) ✕ 2 • B minor (184bpm) • E minor (190bpm) • G minor (190bpm; lick from Keith Jarrett playing ‘Stella…’) • A minor (147bpm) • C minor (189bpm; lick from Bill Evans’ ‘Bill’s Hit Tune’) • A note about scales and chords
A collection of bebop licks over ii-V7-I cadences in the major key.
ii-V7-I in: F major (198bpm) • F major (140bpm) • F major (200bpm) • E major (184bpm) • B flat major (236bpm) • E flat major (190bpm) • E flat major (Keith Jarrett) (164bpm)