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We're covering the ins-and-outs of the resolution of the tritone from a classical point of view. The post A Classical Perspective To The Resolution Of The Tritone appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Sep 21st, 2016
If you're interested in learning another major scale, this introductory lesson on the lydian scale is for you. The post If You Love The Major Scale, You’ll Also Love The Lydian Scale appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Sep 20th, 2016
In today's lesson, you'll find out how you can use primary chords (of the first, fourth, and fifth degrees) to play the classic 1-6-2-5 chord progression. The post How To Play A Spicier 1-6-2-5 Chord Progression With Primary Chords appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Sep 19th, 2016
At the end of this lesson, you'll understand the functions of dominant seventh chords. The post Five Functions Of Dominant Seventh Chords Every Musician Should Know appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Sep 18th, 2016