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Watch the Melodic Minor online guitar lesson by John Stowell from Modern Jazz Improv

This notion of reharmonizing a progression by changing the quality of any chord to an dominant altered can apply to any chord sequence. For example, the VI-II-V-I cadence that occurs in several places in Jerome Kern's "All The Things You Are" could be reharmonized with some/all of the changes replaced by altered dominant chords. Listen to Jim Hall's improvisation on this tune and also to his solo on Sonny Rollins' "St. Thomas" to hear some beautiful and creative melodies using altered dominant reharmonizations.