In this chapter we mainly concentrate on two “dominant” progressions: (1) progressions down a fourth; and (2) secondary (or applied) dominants. From your music theory, you may have learned about V of V chords (an example of a secondary dominant). Secondary dominants usually introduce chromaticism, and often propel the music forward strongly.
This chapter is similar to 02A except that major and minor sevenths are employed.
This chapters lists different kinds of keyboard spacings/voicings, as well as progressions descending by step or down a 4th or a 5th. Using the chorus, Give Thanks, practice its progressions that descend by step or descend a 4th or a 5th. Added second chords and drop 2 voicings are also mentioned briefly.