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This is the same progression as in part 2, but now we are playing in Eb. When you have learned this progression in Bb and Eb, you should be able to play it in any key.


 
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In part 4 we will re-introduce all the added chords based on Flat Five Substitution, and combine them the m7 chord and the basic progression introduced in this lesson.

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