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QuickStart Chord Progressions, Dorian Play-along Tracks
Four premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring the Dorian scale. Suitable for any instrument.
The Dorian Scale
Carlos Santana contributed to the popularity of the Dorian scale. The Dorian scale is one of the minor scales.
The Dorian scale consists of the following intervals (based on a major scale) Root, 2, b3, 4, 5, 6, b7 and octave.
The following chord progressions use the chords of A Dorian. The A Dorian scale consisting of the notes A B C D E F# G A' can be used to solo over each progression
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