Learn 10 essential jazz & blues piano outros and endings for beginner/intermediate players that you can use on just about any lead sheet or fake book song.
Minor 7 Chord Exercises for Piano
If you wan to play jazz, blues, pop, funk, rock, or just about any song that uses chords and lead sheets, it is essential to play minor 7 chords.
Now, many teachers and method books will teach you how to play a minor 7 chords on piano, but they don’t teach you how to practice minor 7 chords in all 12 keys, all inversions, and in progressions.
Why is this important?
Because if you want to read lead sheets and play chord charts with total freedom, you need to be able to play any minor 7 chord in any inversion on the fly.
We put together this course to give you a deep dive understanding of minor 7 chords so that you can tackle any tune that uses these chords.
In this comprehensive course on Minor 7 Chords, you’ll learn how to build Minor 7 Chords, the Chord Symbols, all 12 Minor 7 Chords, 4 tunes to practice them with, & the most common Minor 7 progressions.
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