Jazz Manouche  - Spoken

by Jad Diab

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  • Hello, welcome to the second part of my Jazz manouche lesson. In today's lesson, I'm going to explain some chord progression that are used in Jazz manouche, like the Anatole, and also the perfect Cadence (Dominant/Tonic). And you'll see also chord shapes that are typical of Jazz Manouche.

    It's a one on one lesson, I hope my explanations are clear but if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask them, and I'll answer as soon as possible.



    Chord Progression :

    Key of G major : D7 - // - G6 - // - D7 - // - G6 - //

    Key of A minor : E7 - // - Am6 - Cm7

    Key of G major : Bm6m - E7 - Am7/D7 - G6
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