So, obviously you play notes from the C major scale while the C major chord is happening. But what might not be so obvious is that you want to emphasize the notes c, e, and g because those are the notes of the C major chord. So, likewise when the A minor chord is happening, you still play the C major scale but emphasize the notes a, c, and e (the notes of the A minor chord).
Let's start by just playing chord tones in the order of the progression. We're going to play the chord tones in two octaves. We're going to play the chord tones for each chord in 1/4 notes. The chords change every 2 measures, so be ready for it!
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- Identifying The Key Signature
- Playing The Major Scale In Time
- Major Scale Play Along
- Targeting Chord Tones
- Chord Tones Play Along
- Using The Scale And Targeting Chord Tones
- Melody Play Along
- Melody An Octave Higher
- Octave Higher Melody Play Along
- Modulation Melody Play Along
- Modulation An Octave Higher
- Octave Higher Modulation Melody Play Along
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