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In this lesson, we're learning the ins and out of the minor key. The post What Musicians Mean When They Say “Minor Key” appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Apr 30th, 2016
In today's lesson, we'll be looking at the relationship between the diminished seventh and the half-diminished seventh chord. The post The Relationship Between The Diminished Seventh And The Half-Diminished Seventh Chord appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Apr 29th, 2016
In this lesson, we'll be extending the dominant seventh chord using ninths, elevenths, and thirteenths. The post Extending The Dominant Seventh Chord (Part 1) appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Apr 28th, 2016
In this lesson, you'll learn the harmonic function of the major triad as a tonic, subdominant, and dominant triad. The post Harmonic Functions Of The Major Triad (Part 1) appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Apr 27th, 2016