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This can be achieved through aural training, musical dictation and “mental practice” (see p. 50). endobj /ColorSpace << << /ExtGState << Great to hear! 3 o n W i n d o w s 7 /CSpg /DeviceGray In a major ii-V-I chord progression, the V chord is a dominant 7th chord. endobj << the minor ii – V – I The minor ii – V – i is slightly more complicated, and often causes confusion, so let me explain. /Creator (�� S i b e l i u s v e r s i o n 7 . Dec 29, 2018 - Easy Improvisation Exercise The II-V-I Progression Step 1 and 2 For beginner keyboard improvisers but also good for intermediate and advanced levels. /CA 1.0 1 0 obj /GSa 4 0 R /PCSp 5 0 R For the 2 acoustic pianos I use on my videos I have a 1905 rebuilt Mason and Hamlin Model AA, 6' grand piano and a 1972 Yamaha U1 Upright built in Japan. /CreationDate (D:20160412153346) IV degree of the harmonic minor key In the next page there are minor 7th chords in all keys and in 4 inversions PLAY them many,many times! 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