This encyclopedia is an absolute necessity for anyone who loves jazz. It contains 30 different scales and chord symbols arranged as IV-V-I or II-V-I progressions in every key. A handy FREE index, available at www.drfeezell.com/jazz, allows you to look up ANY chord symbol, including ANY slash chord combination, and quickly find the corresponding scale notes in the encyclopedia. A MUST-HAVE for practicing, analysis, intelligent listening, and jazz research! Available in treble clef or bass clef. Scales included are: major scale/ionian mode, major pentatonic, blues, major bebop, augmented scale, harmonic major scale, minor-major scale, bebop melodic minor/bebop minor no. 2, lydian mode, lydian augmented, dorian mode, minor pentatonic, bebop dorian/bebop minor, locrian mode/half-diminished scale, bebop scale, half-diminished #2 scale/locrian #2 scale, aeolian mode, mixolydian mode, major pentatonic scale, bebop dominant, whole tone scale, lydian dominant, Aebersold's Spanish/Jewish scale, HW diminished scale, altered (alt) scale/diminished whole tone scale, Aebersold's Hindu scale, phyrgian mode, mode 2 minor scale, and WH diminished (octatonic) scale. Scales are given in these keys: C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, F#, B, E, A, D, and G. An enharmonic equivalency chart is provided.