Rhythm Changes is an important song form in jazz. It comes from George Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm” and many jazz musicians have written contrafacts over those chord changes.

One of the challenging aspects of Rhythm Changes is the A sections, which have fast moving I-vi-ii-V chord progressions. So in today’s video I teach you 3 licks you can play over top of these. Time to practice!

Important Links and Resources

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Download our FREE eBook “The Ultimate Jazz Guide to Practicing”: Check it out here

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Further Reading:

Eight I-VI-ii-V-I Licks

30 Stepsto Better Jazz Playing

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