Free chord progression chart!

I created this for a student last week who is studying Jazz Theory and thought I’d share it.

This chart shows three note voicing for a very common jazz progression ( II7 – V7 – I major 7).  The voice leading comes from Berklee instructor Mark Levine’s The Jazz Piano Book.  I took the example in that book and reproduced it in all twelve keys.  

You can find Mr. Levine’s example from which I developed this chart on p. 17 (Figure 3.2) of his book.

Anyway, here’s a preview the chart (only the first page of two pages).  You can download a complete copy from my website here.

jazz piano theory

Full chart gives the progress in all 12 keys

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