You’ll learn the upper structure of the A minor seventh chord and seven other chords you can form with the C major triad in this lesson.
If you are learning how to play in all twelve keys and are in need of a strategy to approach it, then this lesson is for you.
In this lesson, you’ll gain a knowledge of chord tones, their significance, and also know the notes that can be omitted during chord voicing.
If you want to know the definition, classes, and voicing of seventh chords, this lesson is for you.
In today’s lesson, we’re exposing the structure of the minor triad and its intervallic components.
Third intervals are important in chord formation. In this lesson, we’re studying four known qualities of third intervals.
We’ll be going beyond primary chords in this lesson to learn spicy dominant chords we can connect them with in this lesson.
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