II-V-I Minor Short Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Minor II-V-I with the I chord a D minor  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor II-V-I  backing track.

The first two beats of measure one is a IIb5 chord. The second two beats of measure one is a Vb9 chord. The next measure is a I minor chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7b5,the V chord is G7b9 and the I chord is C Minor  Concert follows:

 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7b5,the V chord is Ab7b9 and the I chord is Db Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7b5,the V chord is A7b9 and the I chord is D Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7b5,the V chord is Bb7b9 and the I chord is Eb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7b5,the V chord is B7b9 and the I chord is E Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7b5,the V chord is C7b9 and the I chord is F Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7b5,the V chord is C#7b9 and the I chord is F# Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7b5,the V chord is D7b9 and the I chord is G Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7b5,the V chord is Eb7b9 and the I chord is Ab Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7b5,the V chord is E7b9 and the I chord is A Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7b5,the V chord is F7b9 and the I chord is Bb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7b5,the V chord is F#7b9 and the I chord is B Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Minor Long Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Minor II-V-I with the I chord a D minor  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor II-V-I  backing track.

The first measure is a IIb5 chord. The second measure is a Vb9 chord. The next two measures is a I minor chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7b5,the V chord is G7b9 and the I chord is C Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7b5,the V chord is Ab7b9 and the I chord is Db Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7b5,the V chord is A7b9 and the I chord is D Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7b5,the V chord is Bb7b9 and the I chord is Eb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7b5,the V chord is B7b9 and the I chord is E Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7b5,the V chord is C7b9 and the I chord is F Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7b5,the V chord is C#7b9 and the I chord is F# Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7b5,the V chord is D7b9 and the I chord is G Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7b5,the V chord is Eb7b9 and the I chord is Ab Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7b5,the V chord is E7b9 and the I chord is A Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7b5,the V chord is F7b9 and the I chord is Bb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7b5,the V chord is F#7b9 and the I chord is B Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Major Short Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Major II-V-I with the I chord a D major  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major II-V-I  backing track.

The first two beats of measure one  is a II chord. The second two beats of measure one is a V chord. The next measure is a I chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7,the V chord is G7 and the I chord is C Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7,the V chord is Ab7 and the I chord is Db Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7,the V chord is A7 and the I chord is D Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7,the V chord is Bb7 and the I chord is Eb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7,the V chord is B7 and the I chord is E Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7,the V chord is C7 and the I chord is F Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7,the V chord is C#7 and the I chord is F# Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7,the V chord is D7 and the I chord is G Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7,the V chord is Eb7 and the I chord is Ab Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7,the V chord is E7 and the I chord is A Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7,the V chord is F7 and the I chord is Bb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7,the V chord is F#7 and the I chord is B Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Major Long Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Major II-V-I with the I chord a D major  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major II-V-I  backing track.

The first measure is a II chord. The second measure is a V chord. The next two measures is a I chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7,the V chord is G7 and the I chord is C Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7,the V chord is Ab7 and the I chord is Db Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7,the V chord is A7 and the I chord is D Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7,the V chord is Bb7 and the I chord is Eb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7,the V chord is B7 and the I chord is E Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7,the V chord is C7 and the I chord is F Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7,the V chord is C#7 and the I chord is F# Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7,the V chord is D7 and the I chord is G Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7,the V chord is Eb7 and the I chord is Ab Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7,the V chord is E7 and the I chord is A Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7,the V chord is F7 and the I chord is Bb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7,the V chord is F#7 and the I chord is B Major  Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks In All 12 Keys

Backing tracks have been created in all 12 keys. The tempo is a quarter note at 80. Each backing track is about five minutes.

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your D dorian mode scale on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor backing track.

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of C Minor  Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Db Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of D Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Eb Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of E Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of F Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Fsharp Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of G Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Ab Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of A Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Bb Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of B Minor Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Backing tracks have been created in all 12 keys. The tempo is a quarter note at 80. Each backing track is nearly five minutes.

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your D major Scale on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major backing track.

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of C Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Db Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of D Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Eb Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of E Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of F Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Fsharp Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of G Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Ab Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of A Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Bb Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of B Concert follows: