Basic Jazz Music Theory: Scales in F

Learn all about scales with the root of Bb in this free video series on jazz music theory.

Series Summary

Music has always been a part of all of us as human beings. This being the case we have devised ways to write it, read it and of course play it. We have developed terms for every musical scenario that might occur and ways to teach all of this as well. Things like minor and major, 7th chords, intervals and chords are all great examples of the way we like to organize things as a species. Improvisation is a great example of the speed at which our brains work. Very popular among jazz players, improvisation is a great tool to test your knowledge of the instrument as well as let go of some of the rules.

Part of improvisation is understanding the theory of scales and modes. In this free video series, watch as great jazz musician Ryan Larson teach all about the different scales with the root of F. Learn the pentatonic, blues, bebop, hexitonic, diminished, harmonic minor, altered, whole tone, Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian scales. Let the experts at ExpertVillage help you improve your improvisational skills with this easy step by step video piano lesson.

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