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All compositions, ©1996-2008,Tutorial Examples. All rights reserved
65 compositions listed 
11 random tones
12 chromatic pitches above C7Alt
12 tone ascending
3-31-01 rhythm
Aeolian
All minor third blues idea
Blue Bossa using II7(b5)-V7alt-Imi(MA7)
C 7 example
C 7(b5) example
C dim. example
C dim7 example
C diminished-whole tone scale over C7alt family chords
C example
C Ma6 examples
C Ma7 examples
C melodic minor line over Dmi7(b5)-G7alt-Cmi(MA7)
C mi example
C mi6 example
C mi7 example
C mi7(b5) example
C triad 1st Inversion
C triad stack
C triad-3 octave spread
C+ example
C7(#5) example
C7(b9) example
C7alt family of chords
C7sus example
CMa7(#5) example
Complete P4 7th chord cycle
Complete P4 cycle
Complete P4 mi7(b5) chord cycle
Complete P4 minor triad chord cycle
Complete P5 major triad chord cycle
Diminished Whole-Tone
Dmi7-G7 twice
Dorian
F7 example voicings
G7-C7-F7-BbMA7 sequence
G7-G7-C7-C7-F7-BbMA7 twice
G7-G7-C7-C7-F7-BbMA7(8bar)
Gmi7-C7 twice
I-IV-I-V-I
I-IV-V-I
I6-IV7-VII7-III7-VI7-II7-V7-I6
I6-IVMa7-V7-I6
II-V-I progression in C minor
Line using best scales for minor II-V-I in C
Locrian
Locrian #2
Lydian
Lydian augmented
Lydian dominant
m2 intervals ascending chromatically
Major
Major Pentatonic scale
Melodic Minor
Melody on the chords of C Lydian Dominant
Minor Pentatonic scale
Mixoydian
Octave interval example
Phrygian
Play a descending chromatic scale
removes C# and F#
removes E, G, A# and B


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