Dominant/Diminished Substitutions

Chad McCullough
Jazz musician. Jazz Trumpet Professor at DePaul University. Jazz Trumpet Professor, Merit Jazz Ensemble Director & Jazz Combo Director at Merit School of Music. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Jazz Trumpet at University of Wisconsin–Madison (United States)

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Here, we learn a very interesting harmonic resource: tritonal substitution, so that in a dominant-tonic resolution, we will be able to pivot smoothly between the dominant chord (fifth) and a lowered second, before resolving to the tonic. Chad makes it look easy!
Title

Dominant/Diminished Substitutions

Recording place

Video lesson recorded in DePaul University School of Music in Chicago, Illinois (United States) in june of 2018
Duration

08:10

Language

English

Subtitles

Spanish

Difficulty

Intermediate

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz technique

Syllabus

Harmony

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