#1
Alright title says it all. I wanna improvise a bit on the Bb dorian scale but I dont know any chords to back it! So could anyone give me some chords I could improv over? thanks!
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Bbm, Cm, Db, Eb, Fm, Gdim, Ab
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#3
Bbm, Bbm7, Bbm9, Bbm11, Bbm13, or chords that imply those listed, or else you're not actually playing Bb dorian.
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Alright title says it all. I wanna improvise a bit on the Bb dorian scale but I dont know any chords to back it! So could anyone give me some chords I could improv over? thanks!


Bbm6 vamp. Making a progression will make the chords resolve to Ab or Fm.

Alternatively, you could play a Bbm progression, and add the natural sixth in your lead lines as a passing tone over chords which do NOT contain the minor sixth.
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Bbm, Cm, Db, Eb, Fm, Gdim, Ab
Come on Simba! You know that complex modal progressions are unstable!


What this means is that if you make a progression with many chords from that list, rather than just Bbm7, Eb7, and Cm7, the progression will resolve to Ab major rather than Bb Dorian.
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Come on Simba! You know that complex modal progressions are unstable!


What this means is that if you make a progression with many chords from that list, rather than just Bbm7, Eb7, and Cm7, the progression will resolve to Ab major rather than Bb Dorian.


When playing modally it is a good idea to use a dominant seventh chord built on the fifth degree, even if these notes do not naturally fit, if you are playing modal progressions?
#7
Quote by bangoodcharlote
Come on Simba! You know that complex modal progressions are unstable!


What this means is that if you make a progression with many chords from that list, rather than just Bbm7, Eb7, and Cm7, the progression will resolve to Ab major rather than Bb Dorian.

Apologies, it was late. I was incorrect.
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